Smuggling from time

Scrubbing dishes,

I find contentment,

Soap lathers and scrubber work in tandem,

Banishing grim out of precarious corners,

Cold water from tap flows,

To turn otherwise greasy dishes squeaky clean,

It’s just but an everyday chore,

But what is it about washing the dishes I find contentment?

Smuggling from travails of time,

I find a corner all by myself,

To engage in this otherwise uninteresting chore!

66 words

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sammi Cox for hosting Weekend Writing Prompt Challenge #239. Word :- Smuggle and word limit :- 66 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. I sometimes have my deepest thoughts whilst washing the dishes, Kitty. That’s probably why they take forever! πŸ™‚ Enjoyed your write. I really like the line:

    “Banishing grim out of precarious corners.”

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