A Unique Feeling

Explosions of fire

light in my brain

the sensation creeps higher

driving me insane

thoughts together mingle

in a symphony of color

my mind begins to tingle

a feeling like no other

In an instant, the action passes

leaving a drunk, sleepy sensation

More Sneezes come in the masses

Too bad I’m allergic to carnations

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22 responses to “A Unique Feeling

  1. What a delight with an unexpected ending … πŸ™‚ … the last two lines caught ne totally off guard … well done!

  2. Loved it. The words had such a lyricality in their flow and rhyme. The ending is brilliant, how you start thinking the feeling was going to be spectacular and peculiar, instead of an allergy, made me smile. Great poem.
    The Lonely Recluse.

  3. Is the whole poem really about an allergic reaction? ^_^ You had me going there, until the end. Cute. Thank you for sharing.

    Ms. Queenly
    cradleofchicadas.wordpress.com

  4. stunning imagery, love the flow.
    wow,
    smiles.
    πŸ™‚

  5. you truly made it real.

    prime time show, well done.
    πŸ™‚

  6. you truly made it real.

    prime time show, well done.
    πŸ™‚

  7. I loved this!
    Laughing…I wasn’t expecting the surprise at the end though.
    Well done!

  8. Ha nice one. I’ve never thought about what happens when you sneeze until now. Loved it.

  9. Ha! I had to laugh when I came to the last line! I don’t know if it was intentional, but I was thinking something else! Great job, in any case!

  10. dunstancarter

    Wonky little poem – wonky in a good way

  11. Cleverly written poem! I didn’t expect the end! Well done!

  12. Victoria

    strong poem about ordinary event. i always like that pairing.

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