Three Word Wednesday requires participants
to use the three words of the week in a composition.
The words this week are: lackadaisical, makeshift, and nude.
Plus a bonus extra.
Apologies, by the way.
Haven't written much lately.
Been doing stained glass work.
There is nothing wrong with that:
It’s time to think.
A woman who hated folk nude
Found the modern-day fashions too crude
But beneath all her clothes
Where no-one else goes,
She was as naked as those she eschewed.
We plan our future.
The future has other plans.
They can overlap.
It’s a makeshift life.
All the plans of yesterday
Are just a guideline.
There once was a fellow called Dave,
Who lathered his balls for a shave.
But an unsteady hand
Had an result, unplanned—
No children to mourn at his grave.
© J Cosmo Newbery 2015
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