Utter a Muddle

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S(p)ring a silly song, be-fuddle
me a muddy-muse,
so we can s(t)ring along.

Cuddleme a cloud-phrase,
huddleup in hiccup-daze;
hunkerdown in puddle-praise,
zipcrunchleap a poem.

Fa-La-La a lullaby(e), fall
into a murmured sky. Ink.
Don’t think. And don’t ask why.

…………..Garble grace in stones.

 

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A second offering for my dVerse Quadrille prompt today. Some definite hyphen abuse happening here. This is The One With Some of The Words. 😉 

 

 

 

 

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13 Responses to Utter a Muddle

  1. This is so much more joyful than any babbling brook I’ve ever met

  2. Frank Hubeny says:

    I like “puddle-praise”.

  3. A joyful little number 🙂

  4. So much fun, I especially love ‘be-fuddle me a muddy-muse’ :o) xxx

  5. Kathy Reed says:

    What fun to read!

  6. Jo says:

    I love the bouncy joy in this piece!

  7. lillian says:

    You’ve definitely uttered a muddle…..muddled us in song! LOVED reading this aloud 🙂
    Especially like these words
    “Cuddleme a cloud-phrase,
    huddleup in hiccup-daze;”
    Just totally fun! 🙂 Smiling I am.

  8. “zipcrunchleap a poem” love it!

  9. Shawna says:

    Oh my gosh, skinks are the cutest things. I’m so glad you hid that in there.

  10. kim881 says:

    I like the one with some of the words! I especially love: ‘Cuddleme a cloud-phrase, huddleup in hiccup-daze’ and the final line evokes an image of a statue garden of poems.

  11. annell4 says:

    What a delightful write!!! Enjoyed reading!

  12. sanaarizvi says:

    I love “Cuddleme a cloud-phrase”.. 😍😍😍

  13. jazzytower says:

    This had me bopping my head as I read☺

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