Game of Love

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Computer mouse
Computer game
Game night
Game to play
Play me
Play the piano
Piano man
Piano key
Key club
Key to her heart

Heart attack
Heart and soul
Soul food
Soul train
Train tracks
Train crash
Crash pad
Crash and burn
Burn after reading
Burn notice

Notice to appear
Notice of default
Default settings
Default judgment
Judgment entered
Judgment day
Day or night
Day of thanks
Thanks so much
Thanks for nothing

Nothing happened
Nothing but trouble
Trouble maker
Trouble in paradise
Paradise lost
Paradise city
City lights
City street
Street of dreams
Street race

Race card
Race to win
Win the toss
Win or lose
Lose your turn
Lose at love
Love me
Love and leave

©️2022 Paula Light and Light Motifs II. No unauthorized use permitted.

Blitz poem written for the Skeptic’s Kaddish W3 29 (blitz with mouse).

29 responses to “Game of Love

  1. The blitz is my least favorite poetic form, but I actually really enjoyed this one! It feels like you have a story here

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  2. My shrink and I usta play this game. I beat him every time. Drove him crazy.

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  3. I love the way, you, Blitz. Great job.

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  4. Paula this is delightful! Your clichés flow and they do form a river of rhythm! Love it!

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  5. Wow! Awesome poem, Paula.

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  6. A wonderful blitz, Paula! ❤


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  7. Hi, Paula ❤

    This week's W3 prompt, hosted by the lovely Aishwarya, is now live!

    W3 Prompt #30: Wea’ve Written Weekly


    Much love,

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