You did a great job with those impossible words! (They were tricky, weren't they?)
That is awesome! Wonderful use of the words!:) Just great...I tried to come up with something with all those words, but for now have given up due to time constraints :)
The poem is perfectly written. In a short phrases, it express many things. Kudos!!!
Perhaps it would be possible to preempt your poem's predicament to pontificate on the plebian pleasure of onomatopoeia by prescribing a precursive, peaceful and parsimonious path to Prema Sai or a plate of Primavera...please :)
Difficult words nicely handled.
Hi Gautami,Producing a potpourri of poems with the words peppered through, is great!
What a hoot! Great job...
Such rich images. Love the purple painted nails the best... and I can see pursed lips, as well, perhaps with pomegranate lip potion placed upon them... lol.
I love the purple nail paint one, and how you handled parallelogram. You have such a nice touch, precise, and playful at once. I always like reading your work.
from Therese L. Broderick -- I like how this poem makes me equally aware of both the P consonants and all the vowels. I wasn't aware of all those similar vowels when I read the prompt list, focusing instead on just the consonants, but this poem draws my attention to the singing vowels: the long E in prickly and people and prevaricate, for ex. (and several other examples).
I get the vision of a boring dinner party with a bunch of drunks who think they're fabulously philosophical when inebriated. And you threw in a few p words of your own. Awesome.-Nicole
Nice use of the words; I really like how the p sounds build some great consonance over the course of the poem.
The simplicity of the lines builds some very compelling images that flow very nicely together.
I think this is nicely done. Love the purple nail paint!
Perfectly painted pompous peeps - superb. So many fine images!
A preposterously perfect poem!
What a fine job - so many funny images in this poem.
I always enjoy the concise, direct energy of your poems. The pampered fingers with the purple nail paint were a vision. Thanks for sharing the well crafted work, Gautami. I enjoyed reading Donn's response too. =D
nice use of those pppppp words....thanks for sharing
It's a party I'm glad to read and *not* attend! I'm with the POV, here!
Particular piece of poetry.Pest, no, best wishes ;-)Ralf
what to do what to do what to do, perverting p word change into an accordion of pee-but-nonetheless-not-pee-sounding-words..You are my heroine, save me, save me from the insanity of my affinity for Sexy Tri-focals, I can beg
Well, there you have it, Sir Percy--THIS lady takes no offence at the "P" word!