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The Art of Eavesdropping

Quadrille #111 – What’s That Rustling in the Eaves? The word today from dVerse is EAVESDROPPING a post in only 44 words

Confess, or else!
Okay, hear this.
One day a forever ago
while straining my ears
trying ever so hard to
listen to my granddaughter’s
very dull conversation.
“Don’t you have anything
better to do?” I asked myself.
Not to mention I felt guilty too!

13 thoughts on “The Art of Eavesdropping”

  1. Hah! Isn’t it so true? Surely we have something more productive to do than to listen to another through a door or somehow in a hidden way (which is what, to me, eavesdropping entails). In my perception, a very good and real take on the word!

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