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  • Unstopped bottle (ha’sonnet)

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    Last edited by grant hayes; 12-25-2017, 09:43 PM.

  • #2
    Positively intoxicating Grant!

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    • grant hayes
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      It is a positive intoxication indeed, Rhymist.

  • #3
    grant hayes are we drunk on wine? ? riding a bike? Love the rhyming tipples/nippled!

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    • Suz-zen
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      Oh grant hayes! yesssssss! Oh yessss..... i sure got that!!

      i need to work on my comments to reflect my inflections! And flushed complexion!
      So, perhaps my edit would read: 'Thank you God of the vines! Pour me another! I so enjoy the ride! Even if we fall! '
      Comment on rhyming remains

    • grant hayes
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      Euoi! Euoi!

    • Suz-zen
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      Good morning grant hayes and RhymeLovingWriter! Reading this conversation with coffee just now I am tickled! If ever our unique ways of writing, conveying our thoughts, feelings, and seeing the world was ever doubted, this sure as hell illustrates it in I am honored to be writing and reading with you all!Thank you! And Grant. LOVE the 'Euoi! Euoi!'

  • #4
    Quite devilish Grant. Nice to see the mysterious romantic. :-).

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    • #5
      Deliciously brilliant, absolutely devilishly humorous, with your grantian stamp all over it, Sensei! If a shared bottle of wine and a fumbled hiplock is what it takes to engorge your ha'sonnet saber, then so be it! Bottoms up, my friend (whose was, by the way? Not that it stammers, er matters.)!
      Last edited by MHenry; 06-26-2016, 10:24 PM.

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      • grant hayes
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        I thought you might like this one, Maestro. I had a few phrases, and realised they might make a ha'sonnet. Oddly enough, the phrase that got the ball rolling never made it into the finished piece.

    • #6
      Me as mysterious romantic? That would have to be a first. Devilish? A very tame, agreeable kind of devil, perhaps. Thank you, Alexandra. Poetry allows dweebs to be dashing, if only for a moment.

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      • #7
        Dashing, indeed!

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        • #8
          Well, I exaggerated somewhat, Dwayne. Lucky, perhaps?

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          • #9
            Humility plays you false on this one Grant...dashing fits quite well!

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            • #10
              This one should be opened with a sabre!

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              • #11
                Yes, lunar glide! More sabres needed all round! Huzzah! And mind the upswing...

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