Love In Ten Lines

As many of you know, I love my husband, Mr. brickhouse who I often refer to on my blog, as Mr. B.

But, there is another talented and charming  Mr. B out there in the world better known as   Mark Bialczak, who tagged me in a poetry challenge titled, Love in Ten Lines.  You can check out this Mr. B’s lovely poem here.

Well,  I am always up for a love challenge and it so happens that I awoke today feeling rather feisty and edgy.  So I agreed to participate.

I had to tone it down a bit because it was getting hot around here and I didn’t need another hot flash.


Here are the rules:

•Write about love using only 10 lines.

•Use the word love in every line.

•Each line can only be four words long.

•Nominate others who are up for the challenge.

•Let them know about the challenge.

•Title the post: Love in Ten Lines

•Include a quote about love (this can be your own).

•You may write in any language.


My Poem:

“Love In Ten Lines”

Take me, mi amor,

Love me at once.

Lust, passion with love,

Is love I demand.

Caress me, mi amor,

With love and desire.

Kiss me, mi amor,

Love-making with fire.

Love me, mi amor,

For I love you.


My quote:

“Con amor, se puede”


*I am going to break the rules (because I am stubborn and a trouble maker) and not  nominate anyone in particular.  I urge you however, to give it a try on the comment section, if you so desire.  RRRRrrrrrrrrrrr!

41 thoughts on “Love In Ten Lines

  1. Interesting. 10 lines you say? Well, so far today I’ve been challenged to write a story in one sentence, so why not a poem in 10 lines? Is there something about April that puts bloggers into the mood to assign homework? Did I miss the memo? 😉

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  2. My cold shower just now felt … Anyway, Mrs. B, yes, your bilingual Ten-Line Poem coaxed the worm out of the tequilla bottle of amor. Feisty, uh-huh. Lick the salt, suck the lime, fuel the fire. Rrrrrrrrrrrrright on.

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