Sunday, April 19, 2009

Opportunity (To Taste)

This poem is for Acrostic Only, a fun and creative way to write poetry. My thanks to Nadege who featured it on her site. The word is opportunity.


Orange twang serenading the tongue
Parading on a summer solstice
Plotting a syrupy song
Overflowing like sugary
Rivers floating on
Tumultuous taste buds
Under the fragrance of bliss
Nothing replaces the
Illusions of artificial tryst
Touching the lips of
Your insatiable tongue


You can read other wonderful submissions at: http://acrosticonly.blogspot.com/

17 comments:

WORKERV said...

What a tasty treat. I really enjoy
your work. Keep it going!

C Will said...

What a treat I'll have two!!:)

Anonymous said...

The range and variety of each piece
is so interesting." I come saying
"Which magazine or publication will
I see your work.

Nadege said...

Hi WG, oh I enjoyed this acrostic, when read
aloud the words flowed off my tongue.

anthonynorth said...

A most tasty acrostic. Enjoyed it.

Brosreview said...

Yummy!!! This is a very tasty acrostic!!! Keep writing!!!

Amias said...

An opportunity for a kiss, yes, I could taste it.

Welcome to Acrostic Only ... so glad you join the fun. Do come back.

Winnie the poohi said...

Very interesting take!

Andrea said...

Love this...you have such a wonderful way with words. It's always a pleasure dropping by your blog. :)

Island Style said...

"Nothing replaces the
Illusions of artificial tryst"..this was wild..ha- very sharp!

droL said...

Hi Write Girl! I find your works very interesting and so full of wisdom. I love the way you arrange words and how you imply the meaning through them.

I am following your blog, and is looking forward to read more!

I also have my poetry blog, which I hope you will find meaty with words: http://literaryworks101.blogspot.com

My short story blog: http://bookofsalamat.blogspot.com

Rinkly Rimes said...

You must have been savouring something VERY tasty!

septembermom said...

Wonderful word choice throughout this poem! Love "plotting a syrupy song". I love using words and imagery that convey texture. Good job once again:)

judith ellis said...

Ah, so nice!

Pretty Me!! said...

So very cool !! actually it was hot and saucy ;)

Ofira Sephiroth said...

Very sensual poem and love your use of imagery.

rdl said...

Nice one!