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Read Write Prompt #1

October 7, 2009

Read Write Prompt #1: In A Sentence.
American Sentences – one sentence, 17 syllables, direct observation.

Anubis
Wolf-boy, coyote smile – are you here to take me away from this hell?

Aphrodite
Love: glorious in the summer sun, framed by white and caramel-smiles.

Ares
Blood runs through shallow graves; water doesn’t stop, tears always fall; he smiles.

Bast
Picture perfect, perfumed air; red and gold; sex, energy, desire.

Eos
Flip a page, start again; fresh day, fresh smile, fresh love; there’s nothing better.

Eris
Spinning, laughing, mad girl, wild child; stop pointing that bloody gun at me.

Eros
Silver threads, connect the dots; fire your arrow, watch the cities burn.

Hedone
Skins itch, veins burn; croon to the air as the black doves take flight everywhere.

Helios
Flash-fire, wild boy; did you know that your soft lips are as gold as your skin?

Hera
Spread your feathers, beautiful birds; dance for your queen – she watches you now.

Hermes
Skimming over clouds, planning mischief; is there anything more perfect?

Lyssa
Spit flies, dribbles down; chain-check, too-tight; muscles burn, fire starts – she screams.

Peitho
Her lips are painted with need; the flush of longing streams over her skin.

Psykhe
Love: catch it in your hands, dandelion clock, before it blows away.

Rhea-Kybele
The earth is yours: she rumbles, pulses and thrums beneath you, smiling queen.

Selene
The moon does not care for you; she laughs at your ideas of romance.

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