3. Perfidy (deliberate breach of faith or trust; faithlessness; treachery)
5. Phallus (an image of the male reproductive organ, especially that carried in procession in ancient festivals of Dionysus, or Bacchus, symbolizing the generative power in nature. Anatomy. the penis, the clitoris, or the sexually undifferentiated embryonic organ out of which either of these develops.)
11. Rakefire (A visitor who outstays his or her welcome. Originally, someone who stays so late the dying coals in the fireplace would need to be raked over just to keep it burning.)
Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem
The words can appear in an alternate form
Use the words in any order that you like.
The photo was defaced so bad that at first
I couldn’t see the familiar handsome face I always saw
When walking through the front door.
She had destroyed everything that had been so precious to
Me and you.
As I looked around the apartment she had smashed so many other
Things that it became so tiresome to think about how much more would need to be cleaned up.
I later learned she was in the league of crazy women and destroy things was her specialty.
A week later she came back and cornered the management and landlord into telling her where we moved.
But they held their ground and didn’t let her know anything.
That day is still heartrending yo me to think about and to know we had to leave the place we occupied just to be safe was nerve wrecking.
As time goes by I start to relax and enjoy our new place and hope the next girl or women you date doesn’t turn like sediment floating in the bottom of your ice tea-cup.
But dissolves when the relationship ends or at less accept that something’s are not meant to last and she doesn’t rakefire when it starts to get late or were having too much fun.
Written By: Deirdre Stokes