Hello Bloggers and THE SAVANNAH SYNDROME (TSS) fans! I must apologize for our lengthy delay in posts here. We had a guest in town and decided to give her our undivided attention, plus I started a new part-time job, but that is all explained in my personal blog here. The rest of the week should be back to business as usual. Tomorrow I'll break down a handful of brilliant television shows I've watched the last couple days and give my reviews of them. Thursday I have a special experience to share with y'all. And by Friday, we should be all caught up! This Saturday, I'll have my Weekly Writing Prompt out-ON SCHEDULE. Which brings us to today, and the first step in catching up: sharing the late Weekly Writing Prompt from writersdigest.com. First poem they have assigned, and mine's pretty basic, so don't expect anything deep here. Just a lot of rhyming. I'll see y'all tomorrow. Have a great start of the week!
"Write a Valentine’s Day poem of no more than 20 lines about spending a Valentine’s Day all by yourself. The only rules are that it must rhyme and the final line of the poem must include the title of your favorite song."
Here it is, yet another Valentine's Day.
Which some may say
Alone is a cruel, cruel way
To spend this loved filled day.
But in truth, I'm really okay.
I mean, just think of all the money I will not pay,
Just to better my chances to lay
Down with someone who could easily stray
Far, far, far away.
This holiday is so cliche,
A card, some chocolate, and a nice bouquet.
Maybe some sexy lingerie
That is a little risque,
To set the mood for a little foreplay
With a stunning body I can survey,
And with every inch I will portray
My love for the right lucky lady who will stay,
But won't try to mold me like clay
Because I was "Born This Way."