Fence (an acrostic poem)

Fiercely defending her right to her emotional space, she stripped off the pink dress

Everyone was encroaching on her.  In the past, they might have swallowed her whole.

Now she wrapped her fists with barbed wire, feeling it cut into her skin.

Come on world.  It’s me against all of you, and I’m ready to fight dirty.

Everyone better watch out.  Mama bear is ready to defend her territory.

 

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Gross (an acrostic poem)

Gelatin-like mucus covered Phil’s finger

Rationally he knew he should wipe it off

Or flick it to the ground, but he just couldn’t

So he brought it closer to his face

Shaking his head he put the booger in his mouth and swallowed

 

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