just another Plinky Prompt (for August 1st–write a poem with each word beginning with the letter S).
“Surely she should save some,”
Sam suggested secretively;
So slick she spun such subterfuge
She’d slink silently, stand-offishly;
Should Sasha spill some
snacks she’d strike speedily,
sneaking somewhere safe;
scarfing sweets seductively.
Sasha smiled, sweet student,
shared several sugary Snapperdoodles
soon spending sundry
snacks seldom savoured so spiritedly;
some say she shouted selfishly,
some say she slithered someplace sniffling;
such strategies seldom satisfy.