Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge Ghost & Haunt

Ghost of pizza past

Haunting me with fragrant wisps

Floating through the house

Might I find some left over

Alas, just an empty box

©2017 Annette Rochelle Aben

https://colleenchesebro.com/2017/10/10/colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-no-54-ghost-haunt/

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34 responses to “Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge Ghost & Haunt

  1. I SO know that feeling since we started getting ‘thin n crispy’ pizzas 🍕

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  3. Ha, Ha! I love it! Your sense of humor shines through your words. Well done! ❤ (And, it's funny because I made my first gluten-free pizza crust last night and have been thinking about lunch, and it's still morning!! LOL!)

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  4. Those aromas that tease the tummy..

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  5. Ooo! Spook-tacular, Annette!

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  6. Awesome, Annette. I love pizza.

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  7. Happens to me all the time…. my sons are always faster 😂

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  8. Aaaah, poor, hungry thing, you.

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  9. So sad… Leftover Pizza and leftover spaghetti are two of my faves. Marinara sauce tastes so much better the second time around 🙂 ♥

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  10. My goodness, now I have the urge for a “everything” slice:)

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  11. Pizza poetry is so enticing to the senses. Yum! 🙂

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  12. Cardboard does not taste the same even with the scent lingering. Lovely poem all the same Annette. By the way do you make your own? I have made our pizzas for years, healthier and tastier

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