Bits and Pieces, written for OLWG# 228
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Milena let me take her to Montreux,
Firenze, and St. Tropez (where we followed in the footsteps of Bardot)
We climbed to the castle walls in Larochette
In Seville, I let her slip away.
She was a free spirit; I was never going to hold her for long.
I am thankful for the time we had together.
“See that large white house, across the water?”
“Uh-huh, I see it.”
“I want them all killed. I want the house burned down. Sift through the ashes and bring me what you find. I want the nails and picture hooks. I want their teeth, I want the gemstones, I want anything left after the fire.”
This week’s prompts were:
- burn it down – for the nails
- world traveller
- 15 or less
2 thoughts on “OLWG# 228- More Nondenominational Short Verse”
Three very different points of view.
I thought of 99 bottles of beer on the wall…
A movie where the gal tells the guy, I’ll be yours for just one year. And then leaves him after 365 days.
And well that last one reminds me of several CSI shows I’ve watched. Eek!
I love the sad romanticism of the second piece 🙂 and intrigues by the savagery of the third: who the speaker might be, the motives driving him — or it could be a her —
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