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I really enjoyed last years challenge from dVerse of writing one line poems. It is a bit like writing haiku without most of the rules. You wish to say more with less. You wish to catch the eye of the reader. You ask: “If it has meaning for me will it for the reader?” Then again does it really matter? After all for whom do we write ourselves or others? So on to American Sentences!
1) Doing a double take last evening while sitting in this very chair I realized that President Kennedy was sitting across from me as real as night or day.
2) As annoying as it might be to eat American persimmons, to do so with any degree of ease one must use a grapefruit spoon.
3) I prefer Japanese persimmons that are always juicy and succulent as opposed to the American variety that are flat, hard and dry.
4) While downstairs cooking, many sentences came to me only to be lost once back in the library (below) in front of my computer.
5) I was making ratatouille when I poured in a whole lot of sweet vermouth (a whole lot) is it still ratatouille?
6) Well, I put that sentence to sleep – one cannot introduce and carry on an entire conversation in one sentence.
7) What the hell does “convo me” mean?
8) Yeah, I am going do bears I am definitely doing bears!
Remi & Sancho
9) Sure I know what you are thinking, teddy bears, a 67 year old woman?
Abernathy & Piquot
10) I discovered that teddy bears serve a very real purpose in this world something about which I shall write later.
Totu and no those are not his WWII medals.
And the rest of the folks:
Jurry (a Steiff)
Thank you Tony Maude at dVerse for your wonderful prompt.