A lusty sip


Presenting an ‘Object’ poem. i.e. Choose a theme object and write about it. I just let my imagination flow around a glass of milkshake.

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51 Responses

  1. love it,

    delicious piece, you truly rocked on this one.

    🙂

  2. Haha, cute and surprising ending. 🙂

  3. yummy.

    🙂

  4. I love shape poetry, and you add the strawberry(?) on top.

  5. Love that you did shape poetry. And now a milkshake sounds so good!

  6. Neat, Hema!! kalakkal po!

  7. You really must love the milk shake to be able to write like this 🙂

    You must do an object poem on the D computer !

    • He..he…koncham hypothetical. The object was cool but the subject turned hot. 🙂
      Will try to do one on the comp.

  8. mmm.. you made my mouth water haha! hey tq for coming by hema.. great write!

  9. This is great and delicious asking everyone to share your strawberry milkshake with you love this so much
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/05/today%e2%80%99s-feelings/

  10. wwooooooo… i need a strawberryyy milkshake tooo 😀 😀
    that was a lovely shape and clever of u to put the strawberry on the other side 😉 like they serve usualy 😀
    awesome

  11. A fun (and tasty) poem. I love the whimsy.

    Namaste………..cj

  12. charming write, enjoyed it! ~ Rose

  13. Loved your dessert. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    http://wp.me/p1LMFk-ck

  14. Wonderful, delicious writeup & presentation:)

  15. Mmmm… Tasty poem! 😉

  16. I’m craving a milkshake now–I liked it! I think you may have meant soothe instead of sooth. For me, seethe conjures up hot and angry thoughts–the very opposite of a milkshake (but I understand that it does boil away the grievances). I only point out those two words because I love the poem so much– I slurped down the shake and went back for seconds. 🙂

    • Hi WC,
      ‘Sooth’ is also a correct usage friend.
      Glad you slurped it! 🙂

      • Sooth can be used to mean soothing if it’s an adjective, but here you use it as a verb–soothe is the verb (at least in all the dictionaries I’ve checked) but perhaps my dictionaries are just out of date. Again, I don’t want you to get the wrong impression–if this was a bad poem I wouldn’t care about wording, but it’s a great visual poem and sooth is a minor hiccup in its deliciousness. 🙂 Feel free to be extremely picky about my poems as well!

  17. Loved your yummy and shapely drink and the poem is unique!

  18. You rock Hema! Deliiiiiiicious! 🙂

  19. Love this poem, it makes me want a strawberry milk shake right now 🙂

  20. I second Jeanie 🙂 Desiring a milkshake now 😀

    Leo @ I Rhyme Without Reason

  21. delicious entry.

    🙂

  22. Intimate…and delicious.

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