Repastwords by JP Reese

“Pass the shocking fuzz, please?”

“This journey work of the stars is delicious! How did you make it?”

“It’s simple, really. I mix a cup of red, red rose with cloudless climes and starry skies and chill the ingredients in the fridge for a skunk hour before roasting at 350˙.”

“What’s for dessert?”

“Central Market had a special on handcrafted yellow fog that rubs its back upon the window-panes, brushed with what did I know, what did I know to add just the right amount of piquancy. There’s also I’m nobody who are you? left over from book club–it’s lighter.”

“Sounds delicious. I’ll taste both.”

“Mom? May I be excused? My stomach’s thick as autumnal leaves.”

“You didn’t eat your red fox stain yet, and how will you ever develop big love-crumbs without finishing your persimmons, swelled, heavy as sadness?”

“I ate all the Girl Mad as Birds! I’m full. The next thing, I’ll be farting a bag full of God.”

“Well, okay. Run outside where I can see you sprinkled with rosy light, but avoid the caverns measureless to man.”

“Okay. Good night ladies; good night, sweet ladies.”

“Nice kid. Is there more of this delightful Coral is Far More Red? It has a great nose with hints of road tar, crimson joy, and Sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet tea.”

“Right here in the kitchen. See my new granite counters? The mason added quartz and watersmooth silver stallion bone.”

“Oh my! Everything is rainbow, rainbow, rainbow!”

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10 responses to “Repastwords by JP Reese

  1. Wonderful! A truly original, perceptive and funny story!

  2. Smile. Love the inventiveness of this, the wordplay. Peace…

  3. I confess I didn’t quite ‘get’ this, though I recognized some of the lines. The “I’ll be farting a bag full of God” made me laugh!

  4. guy

    Zippy goes literary. I enjoyed this one. Thanks!

  5. Really loved how inventive and kooky this story is! Clever and strange, unique. Fun to read.

  6. loved the use of color throughout.

  7. Nifty-doodles! Love the creativity and skill here. It’s often harder to find the “wrong” words than the easier right ones!

  8. Kelly

    I wouldn’t at all mind spending an evening with these folks, I might even get the hang of it after awhile, hehe.

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  10. Michael

    Loved the word play in this. “farting a bag full of God.” Brilliant!

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