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2 Prompts given by Studio 30 Trickle Down or Taboo.
I have done some Haiku verses ( 3 lines – 1st line 5 syllables, 2nd line 7, 3rd line 5) incorporating both words… oh yes aren’t I the ‘smarty-pants’ (insert Aussie humour)
Drips trickle down skin
seductive wetness breath fast
senses lust alive
taboo or not want
sipping lips drinking of mouths
your skin against mine
soft hands caressing
eyes staring to mine holding
captured in your spell
forgetting lost time
fold your limbs around my limbs
pleasure and desires
grasp grip squeeze bite
sweat heat lips engage
tongues lick salty skin
trickles down loves aftermath
sated sleepy peace
wowzers woman. I love this set. Each one could stand alone and yet together it is hotter than hell and cohesive. The first and last ones are my faves. Well done
Oh shite …you do? I mean really? Ok blame the scotch 😉 THANK YOU coming from the Haiku Queen that means…. simply so very much xxx
Here’s a Aussie haiku from someone in The States
What is a Sheila?
Soft, delicate and sweet.
For sure, not a bloke.
A ‘Sheila’ the term – An Australian colloquialism for a girl, someone good to ‘knock around with’ one of the lads, sometimes soft delicate and sweet, but definitely not a bloke. Thanks for your Haiku RL from this Aussie Sheila 😉
Thanks for the pointer.
‘No probs chook’ 🙂 (in full Aussie lingo this morning) x
Oh mum what imagery…. you have made me realize how long its been… *sniff sniff*.. LOL!
Well Hello lovely girl – thank you for popping over, ah yes … you and me both! 😉 xx
Tongues lick salty skin…yummy!! Lol hugs xxxxxxxx
ooer you are awful 😉 xxx
Just submitted my request to join Studio30Plus waiting for their approval now.
Very cool! Most haiku’s I’ve seen were limited to 3 lines, you really pushed yourself in this piece!
Haha – do you think I got a tad carried away? Thanks Marie for coming to the dark side 😉
I… I think I need a moment…
(That’s some smoldering haiku!)
I forgot to mention in my previous comments in regards to the “TrickleDown” prompt that my endeavor had been done as an acrostic, where each letter of the prompt began a new line.
You can read it here on my blog