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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Vexed


A-Z Challenge – ‘V’

Verily I’m very vexed with ‘V,’ so many verbs and so much verbosity. 

I had a vision. I ventured forth clad in a vestigial vest which I hoped would vanquish the cold. I should have verified the weather by referring to grandma’s varicose veins; I was too vain to visit the weather vane. The heat from the volcano’s vent was vital for the violent vibration of my ventricle valves.

I smelled the viola and the violets along the way, playing the violin with verve at the verge, quite the virtuoso. My joie de vivre proclaimed my virility. Now was not the time to be vile or vitriolic; it was time to find a vendor of vanilla ice to present to virtuous vestal virgins before they vanished before my eyes.

Should I have had a vaccination before I visited Vesuvius or stopped for a bite of Vegemite in Victoria on a round trip via Vancouver; perhaps I should wash the victuals down with vinegar or vermouth.

With victory (Z) within sight it’s time to vacate this post. I hope it was not too vacuous. As I’m a male you can’t call it a vagina monologue. However I wish those virtual spammers would lay off the emails for Viagra.

Oh! I missed out ‘voluptuous,’ ‘vultures,’ all versions of ‘verse’ and volumes more.

7 comments:

sue said...

Oh, very good, I'm envious! And Vegemite in Victoria! Super impressive - I hope you can hear the sounds of applause Bob. Sue@JumpingAground (Alliteration & drabbles)
Sue@traverselife(Workplace bullying)

Rosalind Adam said...

Ouch! That was verging on the vexatious and I'm so glad you missed out voluptuous! ;-)

shelly said...

Fabulous post again!

Awarded you an award but still need to post it. Go and get it later.

Shelly
http://www.shellysnovicewritings.blogspot.com

Bish Denham said...

LOL! Good one Bob. (I picked verve for my post.)

Robyn Campbell said...

Excellent post, as usual, Bob. I love coming here and learning about new places and things.

All these V words are great and NO we can't call this vagina monologue. Ahahahahahahahaaha

Pat transplanted to MN said...

And what about Victory? This certainly could be called "Victory of the V" This made me grin.

Shannon Lawrence said...

Very fun and Vivacious post! I had issues choosing a V for mine. I should have come here since you had all the V words. ;0p

Good luck on the rest of the A to Z Challenge!