NaHaiWriMo Day 14

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first anniversary dinner Taco Bell

English: Nachos as served by Taco Bell. Photog...

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[There aren’t many “n” words well suited for expressing love, at least not in English.  Thus the prompt for today was “nachos,” continuing with the alphabetical line-up. So there are two senryu today because I couldn’t just leave it at nachos.]

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19 Responses to NaHaiWriMo Day 14

  1. Beth Winter says:

    The rose is gorgeous and the nachos made me so hungry… Wonderful

  2. naramalone says:

    So many great loves start over nachos 🙂

  3. sandy says:

    That is so sweet.

  4. margo roby says:

    Absolutely nourished, on so many levels, once you start thinking about it. But, oh those nachos!

    • Yousei Hime says:

      margo,
      😀 So true. I can’t remember the last time I had nachos. 😦 Maybe I’ll figure out a way to eat some without overdoing it. I’d hate to lose ground on the weight-loss efforts.

      • margo roby says:

        Here’s my secret, Yousei. If I want a treat, like nachos, or even the rare beer, I’ll get on the scale. If my weight is at its happy point or heading towards it, I allow myself that one thing I want at that moment. A treat reward, if you will.

  5. Brendan says:

    Somehow the two pair perfectly, as the sacred and profane, imagined and real polarities of love. – Brendan

  6. ladynyo says:

    You are right…not to many ‘n’ words in the English language to express love: nourished beats nachos by a mile.

    Well done!

    Lady Nyo

  7. brian miller says:

    smiles….you got to start somewhere and taco bell is not too bad…smiles….one must be gentle with a rose in hand as well…smiles.

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