a to z: o is for ono junk food

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Oh this is easy

Junk food junkie in me

I’m Queen of the junk food

Feeding my mood

Lover of ono kine grindz, you see?

 

Be it salty or sweet

Or jerkied meat

Chocolate is tops

Add salt and time stops

If it’s chewy I admit defeat.

 

Coke, Skittles, Haribo gummy bears

Chips, arare, junk food from fairs

Brownie corners, Jelly Bellys

Scotchmallows from See’s

Pickle mango, li hing mui, nothing left to share!

 

  • A to Z Challenge: O
  • Daily Prompt: Junk Food Junkie – What’s your biggest junk food weakness? Tell us all about it in its sugary, salty glory.
  • Weekly Writing Challenge: Time for Poetry – This week we invite you to write a post – in verse or in prose – inspired by poetry.

a to z: k is for (my loving and loved) kids

When will I be loved? I think I’m already a pretty darn loved and loving person, especially to my kids. Since when does fame equal love? No one needs to be famous to be loved. My kids’ love for (ordinary) me and my love for them is all I need.

A – bear hugs, B – our family of 5, C – love letter

  • A to Z Challenge: K
  • Daily Prompt: When Will I Be Loved? – Have you dreamt of becoming famous? What would your claim to fame be? Comedy? Acting? Writing? Race car driving? Go!
  • Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty – No rules. Just stick to the word count — no more, no less than fifty words.

a to z: j is for (mellow) jelly belly

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Jelly Belly jelly beans

Gotta be Jelly Belly

Texture no other can beat

Flavors no other can beat

Bubble Gum, Tutti-Fruitti, Watermelon, Top Banana, Cotton Candy, 7UP

Oh how I miss you Caramel Apple

Get outta my box, Buttered Popcorn and Toasted Marshmallow

Bite um in half

Savor

Be mellow

  • A to Z Challenge: J
  • Daily Prompt: Have You Never Been Mellow? – After a long day at work or school, what are your favorite ways to wind down and decompress?
  • Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty – No rules. Just stick to the word count — no more, no less than fifty words.

a to z: f is for fifty smiles

Feeling flighty, fearful of failure, fixated and frustrated

Fragile, feeble, frantic, fragmented

Festering internal feuds

Frightening finales.

Faking it, feigning familiarity.

Fifty friendly smiles for me

Facilitating fixed faith

Fear fading, funk flickering

Fabulous family and friends

Featuring fortunate and fresh, flawless and fierce me

Fifty fulfilled smiles from me.