There is a new prompt at dVerse, something fun and hopefully easier to get my head around than the last one. Wait, do I really want it to be easier? Speaking of “get my head around” . . . the prompt, a Brian Miller original, is as follows:
Today, I would like to have a bit of fun with Idioms. Here is a website where you can explore a list of idioms and choose one or more to play with today.
Here’s how it works…
- Break a leg. Write a poem using an idiom or two.
- Post the poem to your blog. Feel free to include a link back to dVerse on your post. It’s all in the name of spreading the poetry love!
- Using the Mr. Linky box above, copy and paste the URL of your post, enter your name, and click submit! There, you’re in!
- Read others that have taken up the challenge.
- Let the cat out of the bag. Tweet, share, and spread the words!
- Above all, let’s have fun!
So here is my idiom omelet, all in one basket:
You are damned
if you do
blind eye turns
and book jackets
is the best of dual creations
you’re eternally empty armed
22, 23, 24 skidoo
use your breadstuffs
if you don’t
you are damned