Sunday, March 9, 2014

Abandoned

     Lee Plaza Hotel, Detroit by Bonnie Beechler

Why do you leave me
like this when you know housekeeping
is not my strong suit?


Check out The Mag for more responses, or add your own, to the prompt by the lovely Tess Kincaid.

40 comments:

  1. Short and fun , no one likes housekeeping.
    When i saw the first line i thought it was going to be a sad poem but the you surprised me.

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  2. Chuckles! We can certainly do with some humor Mary!

    Hank

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  3. Yes, I think that is not my strong point!

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  4. oh dear- hire a house cleaner! Easier than replacing a sweetheart!
    (my poem is also about housekeeping!)

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  5. ouch...
    not only leaving
    but leaving
    a mess

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    1. Yeah, don't you hate messy breakups?

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  6. So you got so hacked off with housework you trashed the whole room? Brilliant.

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  7. turn music on and debris will gone in no time :)

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  8. Nicely done.....thanks for sharing

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  9. Clearly your talents lie in other directions, OM !

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    1. Heheh - yeah, I'm not much of a "homemaker!"

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  10. Better off burning it down than cleaning up lol

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  11. sometimes its better to take a break!!

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  12. I fear it's not his strong suit as well!

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  13. Short, sweet, to the point ~~~ great poetry does not have to be long, involved.

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    1. Only the boring have perfectly clean houses? Let's go with that! And thanks for the prompt. :o)

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  15. heh heh heh.....crumby love - I like it!!

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    1. Thanks Helena, glad you got a chuckle.

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  16. short and sweet; not a grain of sentiment, which is all for the good.

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  17. damn... perfectly composed to the prompt... ~

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