Monday, January 10, 2011


The word today is 'CERISE':

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  1. his cerise lips
    and cerise cheeks
    turn more cerise
    as i squeeze
    and i kiss
    now, all these
    i sorely miss ...

  2. A once was a girl name Cerise
    For whom the cat-calls never did cease
    So she put on her little red dress
    For each and every caress
    A hand was broken no less

  3. A lady with pale green eyes
    used them to hypnotize
    She went out of her way
    figuring out what to say
    then her pale cheeks turned cerise

  4. Mix up half an ounce of blue cheese
    With cherries and fresh garden peas
    Then bake it quite low
    For a minute or so
    Then voilà! Your compôte cerise..

    (I don't recommend this. I've not actually tried it yet. It was a recipe in The Rhymers Cook Book...)

  5. We blog here in order to please
    Each other, and also Maryse
    Who this word did give
    That our tweets might live
    For a moment, in shades of cerise

  6. I will be forever grateful
    to you all, so very playful.
    Painting my world cerise,
    the day indeed I seize
    with your fine words so delightful!

  7. One day I awoke with eyes shot with cerise
    Each blood vessel flamed without cease
    I remember the night before
    And the delights of then amour
    And returned each eye to a crease