Saturday, November 12, 2011

Sunday 160 - Confined


In the dark, damp space 
he struggled 
as he twisted his body 
into the only position 
he felt would give him 
any sort of leverage. 
He hated working under the sink.
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If you want to play along with the Sunday 160. Here are the rules.

1. The Sunday 160 only uses EXACTLY 160 characters (including spaces).
2. Keep on schedule - post after 8:00 PM Pacific Time on Saturday.
3. Let me know you have posted via a comment on my site.
(Be sure to mention you have posted a 160. Provide a link if you can)
4. Visit at least one other Sunday 160 writer.
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26 comments:

Brian Miller said...

haha i do as well...smiles...had a leaky one a month or so back and had to spend far too much time under there...

see you in the morning.

G-Man said...

Not me...I ley my fingers do the walkin!

Thanks for hosting...I Played.

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

That's when you bring in the pros!

Here's mine: The Memo

Unknown said...

Oh, I know that feeling! And then the Teflon tape turns into a wad and the wrench slips.

Mine is up

MorningAJ said...

One of the great advantages of being a woman is that I can follow the GALMI code (Get a little man in). For under-the-sink jobs a LITTLE man is useful!

I'm up here

nitewrit said...

Here is mine for this weak; sadly and hopefully a lesson learned.

http://lemoldman.blogspot.com/2011/11/state-secrets.html

And I can identify with that poor guy under the sink!

Larry

Unknown said...

Was plumber's crack involved? Might have been an interesting sight!

I actually played using a dream of mine. You can find it HERE

Brian Miller said...

mine is now up monkey!

http://www.waystationone.com/2011/11/160pj-taking-responsibility.html

Helen said...

Oh, the life of a gay divorcee ... I've been there, done that!!

Brian Miller said...

what?!?

Julie Ferguson said...

I live with a plumber so I don't have to deal with it.

Helen said...

Brian ... I have master (I mean mistress) plumbing skills!

Helen said...

... and here we go!

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Anonymous said...

Greetings, Monkey Man! Oh, yes, that's a tough job under a sink.

Here's my offering for today: http://bodhirose.wordpress.com/2011/11/13/sisters/

Brian Miller said...

you got the skills helen....

ToBlog today said...

I love it!

Here is mine http://thedestinywithin.blogspot.com/2011/11/uncooked-is-best.html

Sub Radar (Mike) said...

It always rattles my brain when I try and smush down a poem into 160 characters... impressed to read yours and the others so far though!

Mijayami said...

I don't much like working under the sink either.

Mine is here (better late than never...)

Maude Lynn said...

I HATE working under the sink!

Cathy Feaster said...

that almost made me feel claustrophobic

Cathy Feaster said...

...and I played the 160 this week :)

Chris said...

Haha nice! I like this. I can't stand confined spaces, personally.

the walking man said...

I can do that easier than get under the dashboard of a car which I can not do any more at all.

izzy said...

Great job! sorry I was away, hope you have a great week!

Ixy said...

I like how the tone changed on this from creepy to funny - nice job.

Stephen Paulson said...

I love how this poem ends! suprise!