Slippery (an acrostic poem)

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Soapy bubbles covering his body he dropped his soap by his feet

Leaning down to retrieve it, he took a small step.

It left him unbalanced, he reached out to stop the fall, but down he went

Pulling the shower curtain down with him

Putting him on the floor, underneath the curtain, with the shower still on

Everyone rushed to the bathroom and saw him there sprawled on the floor

Reaching for the toilet, he levered himself into a sitting position

Yielding him a standing ovation from his roommates and a ten from the Russian judge

Float (an acrostic poem)

 

Falling below the surface of the water

Looking back at the border between the liquid and gaseous states

Opening my mouth, bubbles race away to freedom

As I continue to sink deeper

There I found my value of buoyancy

 

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Bubbles (an acrostic poem)

Being the center of the party meant Jess set the heartbeat as she sipped her champaigne

Until hers skipped a beat as Chad entered the room

Breaking down the man with her million dollar smile

Backing him into a far wall

Licking her lips

Enticing him with her eyes

Screaming his name when the ball hit midnight

 

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Bubble Blood Bath (100 word story)

Cascading bubbles filled the air, popping on the unsuspecting fools below.  They might scream for a minute or two while the hydrofluoric acid burned through their skull, but those cries are like a symphony to me.  No matter what happens from here on out I will go down in history.  I just hope that when I drink my bubble solution that I burn away before the bullets do their damage.  I must purge this mortal body of the pain and agony the world and those fools below beset on me.  And to think, people are dying for a bubble bath.