Saturday, October 24, 2020

THE SUNDAY MUSE #130

Sunday Muse #130 and time to indulge in some 
ekphrastic nonsense....my usual deep philosophic
take. Submitted October 24, 2020
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NIGHT RIDERS

T'was a starry, starry night 
Vince craved a country drive. 
He picked up two cohorts who
look familiar, sakes alive!
Sal and Frida were up for a roam
Any diversion from being 
Sequestered at home
Stop at the corner, said Sal to Vin
I’m in the mood for some bottled sin
Frida nodded with a Marlboro puff
Whatever you choose, just get enough
Off they went in Vince’s Cadillac
Strangely, it's said, they 
        never came back.

13 comments:

  1. Love when my morning begins with a laugh ~~ thanks!! I can see them sipping from the bottled sin.

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  2. This was wonderful fun to read Beverly! I love when rhyme and humor dance together!

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  3. This is marvelous! It's an urban legend of the perfect escape.

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  4. I love a good road trip! Sometimes, a bottle of sin brings a grin.

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  5. Whatever you choose, just get enough....i love that!

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  6. I love your ending. Call it "Lost in sin?"
    Thanks for the heads up on the passenger in back. I had thought it to be a guy holding a lap of flowers. I might should get a computer again, this Gslaxy 8 smartphone is causing me embarrassment.
    I'm leaving the picture up for now, I enjoy seeing it. The write will stand alone.
    ..

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  7. susch a fun pandemic party/ i needed this

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  8. "I’m in the mood for some bottled sin" - excellent!

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  9. Oh I love this! You've captured the image and artists splendidly!

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  10. It reminds me of a song by Fastball, called "The Way."

    They left before the sun came up that day
    An exit to eternal summer slacking
    But where were they going
    Without ever knowing the way?

    Whatever you choose, just get enough... indeed!

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  11. A road trip with bottled sin.why would they ever come back? Love this, Bev!

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