“Fit as a Fiddle”

This is an exercise where a writer uses a cliche to create a poem.


She’s as fit as a fiddle,

wide at the edges, thin in the middle,

playing on vibrating strings

she barely keeps together all of the things.

Arranging, humming, squeaking, buffing

take care of her, don’t allow any scuffing!

*Graphic CC0 from Pixabay


Published by Dawn M. Paul

I am an artist and writer at DMPaul.com. Come take a mental rest with me.

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