Sunday, August 12, 2012

Avoiding


JENNY MATLOCK
asks us to write a sentence without an 'e'.

AVOIDING

Oh what a task
It is you ask;
Your commission ........
A vital omission!
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WHEEL APPEAL
(A Very Short Story)

Tom and I met a couple of twins
Josephine and Alice;
He's a chap who always wins 
(Said without any malice.)
But I was the man with a set of wheels,
So Tom became the spectator.
Despite his anger and appeals,
I shouted out 'See you later!'
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5 comments:

Karen S. said...

Such words you found with no E's so cool....then words with lots of Eeeees!

anitamombanita said...

I can't think of a more perfect response to Mrs. Jenny's prompt this week! Brava to you!!

Teresa said...

I love both of these offerings. It really was quite challenging not to have any e's in the sentence. It's something we just take for granted. I truly got a good chuckle from the second. Poor old Tom.

rmannell said...

Verse without the forbidden 'e'? A task well met. :)

Jenny said...

No E's and poetry?

Geez.

I am all kinds of impressed with this Entertaining little E-lEss work of art!

Awesome.