99 words Prompt: Cherries – Glee

July 25, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story sweet as cherries. It can be about the fruit or something cherries represent. Why is it sweet? Can you use contrast to draw out the beauty? Go where the prompt leads!

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Glee

Hey little cherry
You grew up as a family
What will be your taste
for your color I don’t hesitate
I am looking for a fruit
That taste very absolute
What will be your flavour?
Will you do me a favor!
Tell me about you
I’ve decided to chew
How will you be
I’m searching glee
Will you be sour
That only is bore
Will you be sweet
That’ll be a treat
What if you are both?
I’ll give an oath
Let me put you in my mouth
And bite you with no plea
Sweet lord, I found glee!

Thanks for reading

10 thoughts on “99 words Prompt: Cherries – Glee

  1. Love the rhymes 😍yes me too impressed with my rhyming sense 😂😂feels like I’m making sense out of nonsense writing 😅🤣. Thank you Ribana ✨🤗💐

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  2. My grandmother also planted a mango tree in our garden back then, so the deal was extra sweet🤭🤭our mangoes+ other’s mangoes!

    This generation is extremely unlucky. They are missing out on a lot of amazing things😅like big gardens, fresh air, and of course mango trees😄
    Thank you, Simon🙏 wishing you the best day ahead!!

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  3. That’s very lucky ❤️ you had a lovely childhood dear, wish gen Alpha could experience atleast a little from what we had experienced.🤗 Thanks Shruti 💐 wish you too a lovely day, and a mindful writing ✨

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