Stomach story

I ate at an all-you-can-eat sushi bar yesterday. Today, I checked some Plinky archives and found a prompt where I must write an entire poem using only words that start with the letter “s.” I didn’t think it was possible (what about prepositions?!), but apparently, it is. This poem is proof that too much delicious raw seafood can directly affect your brain.

Sushi.
Succulent sushi.

Sensational spectacle:
Salmon sashimi surrounds seafood salad,
Seaweed shamelessly shelters sea bream snapper,
Simmered scallops support salty squid structure.

Some scents seem superfluous:
Sweet soy sauce.
Some scents seem significant:
Sliced swordfish,
Spotted sea trout,
Shellfish.

Simultaneously,
Said smells stimulate salivation.

Sniff,
Sample,
Savour…

Swallow.

Alliteration much?

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3 Responses to “Stomach story”

  1. sillyfrogsusan Says:

    Simply super!

  2. cogitoergosum Says:

    smashing.stupendous.superb
    and whats s for fucking brilliant?

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