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Mornings

by on January 27, 2013

This weekend’s Trifecta challenge was to write a 33-word example of personification: the practice of attaching human traits and characteristics with inanimate objects, phenomena, and animals. Enjoy!

It was without sympathy. It didn’t even understand the concept. So the alarm clock didn’t even hesitate when it unleashed a deafening shrill that snapped poor Tabitha into a thoroughly lousy Monday awakening.

 

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12 Comments
  1. ahh. The dreaded alarm clock. Great idea!

  2. Insensitive,stupid alarm clock-& that too on a Monday-argh!We all know that feeling,lol!Cool concept to use-liked it:-)

  3. Sounds like my alarm.

  4. Waking up is the hardest thing to do!

  5. Oh, god, I know this feeling. Great idea for a response.

  6. Cobbie's World permalink

    Never mind being angry at the alarm clock……..screw you, Monday morning!!!!!!!! Wonderful poem regarding a topic close to all of our hearts! Well done.

  7. kymminbarcelona permalink

    Those alarm clocks can be soooo rude!

  8. Draug419 permalink

    I hate that snapped awake feeling ):

  9. I use my cell phone as an alarm, and it must awaken me gently – no blaring buzzers and beeps for me. Otherwise, I’m crabby all day.

    • I use my cell phone too; it has three different alarms, and it usually takes all three to get me up. Sigh.

  10. Great choice, Michael!

  11. Alarm clocks = utmost evil. hehe

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