The Walk

Dizzy day , dizzier walk.

I was sitting on a bench invisibly watching and bitten by hungry blood sucking mosquitoes.

I noticed the way she walked when she thought no one saw her, quaint ?

He

He sits there , a lone creature of the dark

A puny little devil

Brought forth from the ashes of hell

To pluck the joy of my sleep

 

With his buzzy sound

Gifted upon him from the mighty Creator

He irritates my ears to death

You ,  Mosquito come suck my blood and be done.

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Written for Trifecta : Week 105

This week’s prompt.

PLUCK: (transitive verb)
1: to pull or pick off or out
2 a : to remove something (as hairs) from by or as if by plucking <pluck one’s eyebrows>
b : rob, fleece
3: to move, remove, or separate forcibly or abruptly <plucked the child from the middle of the street>
4 a : to pick, pull, or grasp at
b : to play by sounding the strings with the fingers or a pick