DP: A To Z

This is part of the Daily Prompt.
“Create a short story, piece of memoir, or epic poem that is 26 sentences long, in which the first sentence begins with “A” and each sentence thereafter begins with the next letter of the alphabet.”
Hope you enjoy it.

A-lways these wenches with
B-ountiful breasts will
C-apture the mind when they do un-
D-ress.
E-xcited young men who have
F-ollowed their dreams to
G-ird their young loins and
F-inish with screams.
H-arlots in make-up with
I-nteresting eyes
J-ealously guard their
K-illing susprise.
L-ove ’em and leave ’em
M-ake no mistake, is
N-ormal to women with skin so
O-paque.
P-retty young things, they
R-emeber their past
S-wiftly forgotten when
T-ime sizzles past.
U-nder the covers where
V-isions are seen
W-hispered in promises,
X-rated dreams.
Y-outh – they can’t keep their
Z-ippers closed.

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40 Responses to DP: A To Z

  1. plf1990 says:

    This is incredible!

  2. ifemmanuel says:

    WOW!!!

  3. Khana says:

    Amazing, well done. Such a lovely take on the prompt 🙂

  4. Wendy says:

    This is amazing. I can just imagine how long this took you, but it was worth it!

  5. Chatty Owl says:

    Oh my god! This is outstanding! Im officially jealous!

  6. 1jaded1 says:

    This is epic. The prompt came out only 15 minutes before your post, and you produce this. *bows to you*.

  7. kwicksand says:

    Brilliantly done my friend! and so true!

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  9. OMG! Very sensual 😉

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  13. That just flowed. Great stuff.x

  14. merquin says:

    It’s too insolent for me, I guess. But well write. Your poem gives me hot images.

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  16. Simon, you’ve done an absolutely terrific job here, the sentiment at the end is too perfect for words, funny, acerbic and succinct. I’m marvelling at how people are dealing with the more difficult letters of the alphabet but you have taken the cake and biscuit. Did you work backwards from them X and/or Z lines or did they just fall into place? Either way, loved it a lot.

    • Simon says:

      You’re very kind, thank you. I’m so glad you liked it and I really appreciate you taking the time to write such a detailed comment. I actually started with A and just wrote it as it flowed. When I got to the end the last two sentences just seemed to fit with the rest of the poem 🙂 thank you, again.

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