Poetic people puts pen to paper printing phonically placed phrases and posting pleasing poems pleasantly phor (for) people to read politely and passionately…Photographic people put photos to the printer properly positioning on pages…..phor (for) people to view
Philosophical people ponder philosophy to people poignantly profiling philosophy in poetry.... Phinding (finding) , patronizing puerile personalities; to, periodically perform precariously pitiful profound poetic purls.
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Well done! lol Is your brain POOPED now? lolReplyDelete
..the Phantom looms large...no dearth of P words! Any takers?
Thank you for hosting, phantastic Roger:)
I teach his Poetics to my students - some great writing guidelines.ReplyDelete
Plato is a great choice for introducing P and such a lot of great P words you used.ReplyDelete
You're a proper player with philosophical phrases! You're a phantastic person!ReplyDelete
I'm away from home and the Linky won't let me post http://www.rogerogreen.com/2014/04/28/t-is-for-thats-a-plenty/, which should be P is for Pointer Sisters. Later, I guess.ReplyDelete
wonderful alliterative sentences!ReplyDelete
Denise, pity my poor tongue, trying to read aloud your people essay. An amazing piece of writing.ReplyDelete
Wow, Denise. P was Properly Positioned for a Positively Perfect Post about Plato.ReplyDelete
P for Plato. Great! Really inspiring Roger!ReplyDelete
Your strong use of alliteration always amuses and fascinates me. Blessings!ReplyDelete
After so mant phews my mouth is now phonetically distorted and my teeth stick on my underlip !ReplyDelete
P for Petuina, Petunias, Cheers!ReplyDelete
So creative! PERFECT :)ReplyDelete
P is for La Pompignane (neighborhood) today. Merci Mrs Nesbitt!ReplyDelete
People promenading on the pier, perambulating to the port and watching performers on the pavement... It's all happening in St Kilda!ReplyDelete
I say Poet pierce partly pleasant, partly pathetic and partly plunge peace and pacify pulse. Wonderful write upReplyDelete