Monday, December 13, 2010

Microfiction Monday #61




No one suspected
the white powder
In the detergent box
Was anything but
Laundry soap

But I knew better

No one is that
Cheery wringing
Dirty drawers

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Micro-fiction Monday is a fun, weekly meme hosted by Susan over at Stony RiverShe provides the photo prompt and we provide the "micro-fiction", which is limited to 140 characters total. Please check out the link for some truly phenomenal stories and prose. 

20 comments:

J. Kwiatkowski said...

I'm sure it was only a physician prescribed restorative.

Cheryl said...

Ya got me! Had to think about it for a minute. D'OH!

Brian Miller said...

hehe...its a dirty job but someone has to do it...might as well make it fun...smiles.

Ms Bibi said...

Lol, naughty, naughty.

I absolutely love that picture.

ღღღ-Mumsy said...

I'm happy there is liquid soap, and washing machine now :-)

Willoughby said...

If only the Bravo network had been around back then. She would have been interesting to watch on one of the "Housewives" shows.

Peggy said...

...and I would never have guessed that either. What a a delite.

Dianne said...

ahhhh naughty laundry escapades
love it!

hedgewitch said...

Hilarious--was wondering what the explanation was for that unnatural happy-face.

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Brilliant! I had to re-read it. Had to think about it for a sec.lol!

Have a beautiful week ahead, Polly.

B xx

Scott said...

been there, done that dirty laundry toooooooo many time, my dear friend
:-)

wonderful play!

blueviolet said...

That completely cracked me up!!!!

G-Man said...

Pollyanna...
Magic Dust?

Susan Fobes said...

You're right-what did she do? LOL!

Kathleen said...

You are so funny!!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Probably made the Monday Washing a lot easier to do.

Suz said...

Oh boy...I know how old you are!
and this was truer than I care to remember...great micro

Jinksy said...

Skulduggery afoot, eh?

Pat said...

Now that's a unique twist on the washer girl picture! Hope she doesn't have to drive home.

gaelikaa said...

The possibilities are endless! Good writing!

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