Monday, February 21, 2011


supplied the prompt


I knew I shouldn't have drunk so much!
Now I'm really in strife!
Which room belongs to Hot-Lips
And which one to my wife?


Shadow on shine or shine on shadow?
What a conundrum to tease the brain?
Shade and reflection, sheen and shimmer,
All set-off by the bright wood-grain.


Pat said...

Aw, it's a shame that Hot Lips and Wife aren't one and the same.

Melanie Sherman said...

Whoa, that is a pretty important decision your character must make. One could mean blissful life and the other a really messy divorce.

Peggy said...

This could be a real problem for him. Door number 1 or door number 2! Hope he thinks about it for a while.
Very good take on this weeks pic!

Vicki said...

LOL ... seems he has gotten himself into a predicament.

Anyes said...

What a pickle he found himself in, poor lad ;-)

Anonymous said...

As the old man said to Dr. Jones, "Choose wisely."

Doctor FTSE said...

Great to start the day with a laugh!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Poor old Hot Lips gets caught in a Mash re-invention! Very clever!

Unknown said...

Oh dear! Giggling over here!

Linda O'Connell said...

I am new to micro fiction and am laughing so hard. This is the funniest one yet. I have signed on to follow your blog. Please sign on mine

jabblog said...

I hope he finds his way to the right room or there'll be hell to pay!

Ashling said...

Let's hope he learns his lesson...and finds the right door (whichever that might be)!

Diane said...

Hahahahaahahaha LOVE it!!! :O)

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! A great laugh to start my day and I love the MASH take!! Terrific! Hope your week goes well, Brenda!!


Ms.Daisy said...

This is such a funny and good take on the week's prompt! You really made me laugh. I haven't heard "Hot Lips" in years and it brought back many Mash memories.
Loved your poem about money also - really good stuff.


Anonymous said...

This one's got my vote. ROFL!

Susan Fobes said...

Brenda, I love your poetry-it always makes me smile :)

Michael G-G said...

Definitely some "trouble and strife" for him in the future, methinks.

Your poems are great, Brenda. I am amazed at how prolific you are!

Thanks for the comment on mine. Hope your week is going well.

Anonymous said...

It would serve him 'well and good' to get caught! I hope both Hot Lips and Wife find out....LOL
Great micro fiction this week. Cheers~