Downhill Racers

We are describing a common everyday object held in hand for Sarah Southwest. Sarah’s the barkeep in the Dverse Tavern. This is a constant battle for me:

World’s away are fading,
then coming into view.
degrading, depixelating,
then born again anew.
A downhill ski begins
The contours of my nose
Oily skin has done me in
Unless I’m in repose

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23 thoughts on “Downhill Racers

  1. Glenn Buttkus says:

    This prompt brings out the creativity and fun in many of us. I’ve worn glasses since I was 5 years old; only take them off to sleep. I just forget I’m wearing them. Good on you for choosing them.

  2. Mish says:

    Oh my goodness, this was entertaining. My reading glasses broke today at work, but I carefully balanced them upon my nose with only one temple, so this was a timely poem for me…hehehe.

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