Sunday, April 1, 2012

Athena and Arthur

Athena arrived at Atlanta's airport.

Arthur also arrived at Atlanta's airport.

Arthur approached Athena anxiously.

Athena accidentally apprehended Arthur's attache.

Athena apologized.

Arthur accepted.

Athena anxiously awaited Arthur's adulation.

Arthur anxiously asked Athena.

Athena acquiesced.

Athena and Arthur attended acrobatics.

Athena and Arthur affirmed attraction.


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Last year's letter A- Aqua, Aqua

70 comments:

  1. That's just awesome. I've never read a poem written with words starting with only one letter. Are you doing that for every letter?

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    1. Thanks, KC. I don't have a theme. This idea just popped in my head. I don't think I could do it for all 26 letters. Q and X would totally do me in.

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  2. Cute, short and to the point.

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  3. Thanks for the visit and comment, much appreciated.

    Enjoy your post very much.

    Yvonne.

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    1. Yvonne, thanks and you are also welcome.

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  4. Very clever and inventive.
    Well done :)

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  5. lovely A's

    here is mine
    http://pa-ul.blogspot.com/search/label/GAC%20A-Z%20Artists

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  6. This is the second post that mention Athena. That makes me a very happy woman.

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  7. It was a wonderful quip...

    Great start... to the challenge "A" is for Awesome!
    Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]
    A to Z Co-Host
    IZOMBIE: Visit the Madness

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  8. Hi! I'm hopping over from the A to Z challenge. Lovely post! What a clever way to begin...;0)

    Good luck with the challenge!

    Donna Martin
    www.donasdays.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Donna. Good luck to you too.

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  9. You made me smile. Made me feel like I was learning to read again--but with much better words. =D

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    1. Donna, I'm glad it made you smile.

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  10. Good thing Arthur apologized. If he didn't, then he'd have been an asswipe.
    "Hey, Athena, would you like to see my sword?"
    "Excalibur?"
    "Well, that, too."

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    1. Al, I think she did want to see his sword. They did affirm their attraction, after all. But, whose to say how they did it?

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    2. If they used a sword...very carefully.

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    3. It's all good. The sword has a sheath.

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  11. Had a lot of fun reading this. Smart idea!

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  12. Affirmed attraction is the best kind...

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  13. The Athena and Arthur story is so cute! What a clever way to use one single letter of the alphabet :)

    ~Nicole
    Blog: The Madlab Post
    @MadlabPost on Twitter

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  14. Hey Ruth, nice to meet you. Fun post. I'll be back, I just gotta see you do this all the way through!

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    1. Thanks, though I am not doing this all the way through. Maybe a letter here or there. :)

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  15. Are you going to do this with B? Hmmm, Betty beat Barry. Barry boo-hooed. There's a start! lol

    Nicely done by the way!

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    1. Jeremy, I had not planned on it. I really don't think I have it in me to do this for all the letters.

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  16. THose are some serious A words there! You are on a roll!

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  17. I love it! lol... I will be back. Great start to the A to Z !

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  18. Great post. Alliteration is certainly your friend.

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    1. Thanks Rusty. It sure was when I wrote it last night.

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  19. Great A Posting. I couldn't do that wording if I tried. :) Looking forward to all your April posts

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    1. Thank you Gossip_Grl. I'm just glad it came out like it did.

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  20. What a great A post looking forward to the future posts.........

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  21. Does this mean you're doing the A-Z Challenge? Awesome. Admirable and great fun. (Sorry, I had to skip a few letters to get to F and G). I look forward to more.

    xoRobyn

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    1. Yes, Robin, I am. Over here and on Yummy stuff. Cause, I'm crazy like that. Thanks. :)

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  22. Love your clever use of all words A. Very cool. :)

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  23. Nice! Tons of A's. Great start to the A-Z!
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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