trifextra – 33 words of summer

 

Childhood summer was mosquitos, hives, bbqs.

Teenage summer bliss. Jasmine, suntan lotion, surfboards,the mechanic’s body, brrrm of his motorbike, the doctor’s body, putt of his kombi.

Summer now? Hot flushes and ice cubes.

 

 

Plenty more words around summer…..Trifextra: Week Seventy-Two

 

 

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28 thoughts on “trifextra – 33 words of summer

  1. Oh I still love summer and think the season is way too short!

  2. Haha! I think John Melloncamp said it bes: Oh yeah life goes on even after the thrill of living is gone! 😀 I really liked your take!

  3. ahhhh teenaged summer bliss 🙂 I remember it well . . . but had no mechanic’s or doctor’s bodies to see. 😦 Loved this.

  4. I love how you show us how our appreciation of summer changes over time. Nice job!

  5. Hahaha! I love this. Especially that bit about the mechanic. 🙂 Thanks for linking up. Don’t forget to come back and vote at the end!

  6. Nice entry. Hope you really had a teenage summer like that… if so, no wonder you get hot flashes remembering 😉

  7. Fabulous! Love the contrast of the different stages. Great take on the prompt!

  8. Nice span of the different summers.

  9. I liked how you organized your summer memories and how they have changed over time. Well done.

  10. Really, really liked that, an epic in thirty three words. So well described. PS…come join this challenge too! http://yepirategunn.weebly.com/2/post/2013/06/ligo-haibun-challenge-1406-2106.html

  11. that was so realistically adorable 😉
    hope you and c and the DL are well!

  12. KymmInBarcelona

    hot flushes and ice cubes, sounds about right to me!

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