I love it. Ha!
What a hoot!!
Ha...ha...Like this MZ ~
"Nobody interesting was gone"!LOL
I so have this feeling(minus, unfortunately, the boy) every time I think about that much longed-for event. LMAO, MZ.
Great twist to the prompt,MZ!Hank
Love this...I agree with hedgwitch
Gosh, I love this...from the title to the teasing irony of the last lines.
hahaha. nobody interesting was gone. :) I hope we meet in glory.
ha ha. Yes, EVEN the Moravians did it. :)
Wallflower row that's too funny. Great write from this prompt, I probably would've gone school on this too, but for sure it wouldn't have been done this cool. Love the opening as the rapture, can go so many directions from there- excellent write. Thanks
LOL ... you crack me up. You sure have a way of slam-cramming meaning and bite into every single word.Although, I do hope I will be raptured AND that I am interesting. I do not consider myself a wallflower, however. But I am introspective and quiet at times. Some find mysterious to be the most interesting."all of a sudden, nobody interesting was gone"So good!~Shawnarosemarymint.wordpress.comHere's my last poem, which you'll like.http://rosemarymint.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/sushi-teaser/And if you want to participate in this week's word challenge, here are the words: blazon, senescent, rust, ticklish, savage, caracol, potpourri, kiwi, cure, eclipse. Use at least one, and link up. :)
A hoot, MZ -- as m'boy Keith Richards sd., nothing interesting happens where the light is too bright. Ergo, it's a good idea to be dryhumping darkness when Gabriel starts honking on his big kazoo. - Brendan
haha...hey..i would be gone as well..but i would leave some poetry..just in case you get bored with the boy...smiles
Brilliant! Haha. Great image, too.
aahhhh super love!
I'm laughing really hard now! I love it! Have you read "The Leftovers?"
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