Smokescreen Baby

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She was lean and mean a mere string bean

She loved the scene at the local canteen

A cup of caffeine sparked her routine

She wowed her fans with her tambourine

A silver screen queen and only thirteen

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This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word routine.  Please drop by and join the challenge at Patricia’s Place.

Eugenia



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19 replies

  1. Great rhythm to this excellent poem Eugenia. You feel the beat.

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  2. Thank you so much, Davy. Your kind comment is appreciated.

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  3. What fun five lines! I hope she never loses her thirteen-year-old self. Thanks for linking to In Other Words.

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  4. Thus was fab to read. I read it out loud x fun

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  5. A lovely flow of words. Really beautiful, Eugenia!🌷

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  6. I love this! Very talented!

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  7. Love the word play here, Eugenia!

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