Achilles’ Heel



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Its April of 2017 and Day 01 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Achilles’ Heel

Meaning: a vulnerable spot or weakness, a small problem or weak point in someone who is otherwise perfect

Poem:
No obsession in love,
No folly in friendship,
No tiredness after work,
No dreams in life,
No aye, No nay,
No teeter-totter,
Is not Achilles’ heel,
But Achilles’ body.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

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47 thoughts on “Achilles’ Heel

    • eh! Sorry. But i will happily put some thoughts. 🙂

      If there is no obsession in love, … then all those lines that follow… It’s not a small weakness, It’s a major one! Like Major major one! That’s the take away! 🙂

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  1. Loved it again .and I think you should put them together and publish. After A,B and C I am looking eagerly looking for more and trying to use them too.

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  2. Idiom: A Doubting Thomas
    Meaning: A skeptical who needs physical or personal evidence in order to believe something.

    A doubting Thomas drunk with power
    The slimeball turns friends into foes
    The half-witted valet adds fuel to the fire
    Plays pranks wherever he goes.

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  3. […] Dangerous places, I cant resist, One day, maybe, my downfall. . Diabetes, many years a struggle, One day, maybe, my downfall. . My wifes’ truelove, cant live without, One day, maybe, my downfall. . My Achilles’ heel, never a problem, One day, maybe, my downfall. . My opinion, outspokenness, One day, maybe, my downfall. . My unintentional libel, One day, maybe, my downfall. . My poetry, well I truly hope, Well maybe, just a tad delightful. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ © Mick E Talbot 2016/66 Achilles’ Heel […]

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