Milkshake Eruption

March 27, 2017
By Keeper1212 SILVER, Sussex, Wisconsin
Keeper1212 SILVER, Sussex, Wisconsin
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The blender screams with excitement.
Its spinning silver dagger shrieks.

As it cascades into my mouth,
I stir its contents in my cheek.

Violently sucking strawberry chunks through the straw.

My brother rings
of intimacy with the straw.

The dam broke and began to flow,
continuing its disruption.

The strawberries cried for my help,
unprepared for the eruption.

The shards of strawberry ripped through my sinuses.

My brother screeched in agony,
as I crushed his foot under mine.

We laughed joyfully together,
as the lava made its design.

I would never live down such a catastrophe,

but memories with my brother become my reality.


The author's comments:

Humorous poem about food and family.


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on Apr. 1 2017 at 12:26 pm
HereSheIs BRONZE, Wellesley, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
"We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." -Plato

I love how you used violent imagery/language/tone to describe something as innocent/fun/delicious as a milkshake. It made it interesting and funny


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