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Sunday, 10 June 2012


My Perfect Ex - an experiment in expression

He has exited.  We are extinguished.
I had to extradite him.  What he had done was inexcusable.
The extraction was excruciating.
I was in exile.  I exfoliated.
I have extricated myself.
He is now extraneous to my existence.
I do not exaggerate when I say I am exceedingly excited about new excursions.
I was explaining my exhilaration to the point of exhaustion when the unexpected exploded.
Deus ex machina!
This one was excellent.
This one was exceptional.
I am no extrovert but I became exuberant and extended my expression to expedite a new experience.
Exhilaration.







10 comments:

  1. Fun poem! Great play with all of those 'ex-words'.
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Anna's RFW #38

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  2. You had me at exfoliated.

    LMAO, this was an extraordinary experience.

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  3. Raelene, this is so clever. What a way to incorporate the 'Exes'! It was indeed 'a new experience'!

    Denise

    PS Thanks for being such an enthusiastic poster!

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  4. So you exfoliated him away huh? LOL! It must have been a pretty bad break up..

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  5. My dear friend,
    All I can say is great, great great!!! You are so creative and talented. Well done my dear.

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  6. I loved how you used Ex as much as possible. Very Creative and clever.

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  7. Ha. This was really original. It was indeed ex-citing to read.

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  8. Oh my; that was a lot of Ex's. Wow, I'm super impressed they are all in context and flow naturally. This was cool.

    ........dhole

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  9. I don't really feel qualified to comment on poetry, I'm afraid. I didn't understand it, but poetry isn't my thing! However, the repeating of the "e" sound was neat.

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