Friday, March 8, 2013

Trifextra: Please



Once stone.

Turning my insides out,

You softened me.

Wringing like a wet rag,

You altered me.

Stunned.

Left

Wondering…

“Man, was I dreaming?”

Craving…

It would happen again.

Pleading…

Please…Please…PLEASE!

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This Trifextra entry was inspired by recent conversations ;-)


41 comments:

  1. I think I broke a sweat on that one Gina!

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    1. Yea! But I hope that's a good thing.

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  2. LOL at Sam's comment! :)
    nicely done, Gina

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    1. Sam's comment was funny. It had the "right" effect! Thanks, Christina!

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  3. I know the feeling, here. :) Nice job!

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    1. Me too! Love finding common ground. Thanks!

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  4. Really digging these trifectas. . .

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    1. I'm glad you're digging too and I'd be digging it if you'd hit up Trifecta soon. You've been talking about it for a while...

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    2. I know, I know. . . Did you know that I was on the original list of writers for Yeah Write (then called lovelinks) like almost two years ago? It took me a while to get going on it. Let's hope it doesn't take as long for Trifecta. . .

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    3. No, I didn't know that but get your rear end over to Trifecta sooner than later. It's a fun change of pace.

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  5. Oh.. Gina. This is sweet sexy, and subtle. You always do such a great job with writing the emotion.. This is just one more time.

    Please, please.. Yes. (and reminds me of my girl in the supermarket)

    Tgif my friend

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    1. Coming from my saucy and sassy storytelling friend, I love that compliment even more. This woman, the one written here, wants a yes too.

      Wha, what? Who is this supermarket girl you speak of? Do I know her?

      Back atcha! TGIF. I'm really ready!

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  6. Its a wonderful feeling when someone is able to fill you with that kind of desire.

    Terrific as always

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    1. Uh-huh!!! The best! Thanks, Bo!

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  7. Craving it would happen again... oh to have that memory - for anything... delicious emotion!

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    1. And something to replay in your mind over and over and over again. Until you get your wish. YES delicious!

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  8. Great writing! (I can't top Sam's comment, so I'll just leave it at that :))

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    1. Well, I'm just happy you thought about the possibility of topping his. Thanks, Janna!

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  9. I need a cigarette. ;)

    Well done.

    de
    www.whimsygizmo.wordpress.com

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    1. I have a pack hidden away for times when I drag out the spicy. No, not really but thanks, de!

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  10. Always a pleasure to read your work, Gina. I think you've left us all smiling a little brighter than we were before clicking on your link. Thanks. :)

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    1. Well, that pleases me. I love your comment, Tom. Thank you.

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  11. Haha! Love the "I need a cigarette' comment.

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    1. Me too. Sometimes wish I smoked ;-)

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  12. The way you formatted this, it seemed like 333 words because I was on the edge of my seat with each line. Outstanding 33, one of my favorites.

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    1. I think you appreciate my feistier entries, Lance. Thank you very much for the compliment. Love it!

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  13. From stone to jelly. Excellent poem, Gina!

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    1. Biology at it's finest? Or maybe the person...

      Thank you so much, kymm.

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  14. How sexciting!;-)Love has that kind of effect & definitely alters us,leaving us asking for more :D

    Great going Gina:-)

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    1. I LOVE your new word! Can I use it sometime? Yes, certain people alter us physically, mentally and/or emotionally. All good. Thanks for your kind comment.

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  15. Good one! Loving the comments on this one.

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    1. Sometimes I have more fun with the comments than writing the original entry. Thanks, Joe!

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  16. Ahhh reminders of new love or a womans want to 'feel' that way again. You softened me..wring like a wet rage - this was gorgeous.

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    1. I think it could be both. New is awesome and exciting but feeling that way again with someone you love and trust is even sweeter! Thank you so much for your kind comment, Rambly. Need to come visit you!

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  17. I think the temperature rose a few degrees. What an...emotional piece lol

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    1. Ya think??? You are funny, Draug ;-)

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  18. Gina, it's like you wrote this as if I were your narrator. Can't say much other than its a little spooky and so, so, so well done! Sorry so late checking in. Crazy weekend.

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    1. Well, thank you so very much lumdog. I'm not entirely sure who the narrator actually was but so glad you connected. Late is great! I appreciate your wonderful comments as always. Hope your weekend was a good one!!!

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