HAWMC: Health Madlib Poem

For the month of April, I’m participating in the Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge from Wego Health. Each day I’ll be writing a health-related post based on the HAWMC prompts, aiming to challenge myself as a writer and health activist. Thanks for following!

Today’s ridiculous poem (VERY roughly based on Sylvia Plath’s ‘Mad Girl’s Love Song’) comes from Language Is A Virus and their Madlibs page. Enjoy the silliness!

sweet treat’s sweet treat

I chew my eggs and all the salmon refrigerates apple;
I sip my grapes and all is bite again.
(I spread I digest you up inside my coconut.)

The cocoas go feeding out in seasonal and leafy,
And healthy flax peels in:
I grill my banana and all the berry savors spinach.

I choped that you blended me into blender
And create me organic, sliceed me quite local.
(I spread I digest you up inside my coconut.)

almond steams from the date, sweet potato’s teas poach:
stir water and walnut’s lentil:
I grill my banana and all the berry savors spinach.

I enjoyed you’d whisk the way you bake,
But I freeze crunchy and I adapt your oven.
(I spread I digest you up inside my coconut.)

I should have eated a sesame seed instead;
At least when chickpea drinks they feast back again.
I grill my banana and all the berry savors spinach.

(I spread I digest you up inside my coconut.)

– Molly & Sylvia Plath

Read more like this:

HAWMC: Mind Map
HAWMC: Stream of consciousness
HAWMC: The Things We Forget


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