Wordplay Thursday #94

Wordplay Thursday

Welcome to Wordplay Thursday!

Here’s a writing prompt for you.  It’s a simple fill-in-the-blank. You can use one word or several. Feel free to get as crazy, genre-appropriate, or as imaginative as you want. The point is to get the creative juices flowing. And it’s a good thing to dig deeper, so don’t stop at the first idea that hits you. Try coming up with at least five things.

“She melted into his arms like _____.”

I’ll give you an example to get you started:

“She melted into his arms like an ice cube in a skillet.”

I’d love to hear what you come up with, so please share in the comments. Oh, and please keep your posts below an R-rating. It’s a family show, after all!

God Bless,

Brent

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17 thoughts on “Wordplay Thursday #94”

  1. “She melted into his arms like butter on a baked potato.”

    “She melted into his arms like the ice cream dripping from their sons cone.”

    “She melted into his arms like the first night they made love.”

    “She melted into his arms like cheese over nachos.”

    “She melted into his arms like his stomach when he found where she’s been.”

  2. … Like butter on a biscuit
    … Like sherbet in the sun
    … Like crayons on asphalt
    … Like a loving dad’s heart on his daughter’s wedding day

  3. 1 – She melts his heart
    Like snow in Boone, North Carolina.
    It takes them back
    To the room in their cabin

    2 – She melts his heart
    The sun
    And grilled cheese
    She’s the sugar in his coffee
    And the ice in his sweet tea

    3 – She melts his heart
    Never knowing she had
    A secret he kept
    Behind the glass
    She opened up
    Her heart once sad
    Love confessions
    Secrets are out
    The best summer they ever had

    4 – She melts his heart
    The best taste in his mouth
    Melted chocolate on s’mores
    Delicious without a doubt
    He’s got to have more of it
    Craving that sweet, sweet love
    More than a kissing friendship
    It’s a crush

  4. She melted into his arms like a pad of butter on a stack of hotcakes.

    She melted into his arms like the cover of a romance novel.

    She melted into his arms like a marshmallow at a campfire.

    She melted into his arms like Cathy and Heathcliff on the moors.

    She melted into his arms like the sunset into the night sky.

  5. She melted into his arms like-
    -a shot of warm brandy
    -honey from the hive
    -butter on oven fresh biscuits
    -she’d be his forever
    -hot fudge on an ice cream sundae

    Gonna have to try again later, my brain I cried today! 🙂

  6. She melted into his arms like…

    a snow cone that was left alone.

    a Butterfinger abandoned by its wrapper.

    an Coca-cola Icee that someone pulled the plug on the machine.

  7. Thanks for the inspirations Brent. I wrote “Like The Snow” from this. Here’s the words:
    Like The Snow
    ————-
    She was ready to have it all
    She was ready to take on the world this time for sure
    She was tired of waiting too long
    She was ready to fin’lly belong and be known
    And then she melted into his arms
    Like the snow
    She’s a heartbreaker, a rule shaker for sure
    And then she melted
    And then she melted
    She melted into his arms
    Like the snow
    He had everything she wanted and more
    He was something she hadn’t seen at all before
    It was lightning and it was rain
    It was fright’ning to feel the pain of a feeling unknown
    And then she melted into his arms
    Like the snow
    She’s a heartbreaker, a rule shaker for sure
    And then she melted
    And then she melted
    She melted into his arms
    Like the snow

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