“Every person is able to add beauty, whether by growing flowers, or singing, or cooking luscious meals, or raising sweet pets. Every part of life can be art.”  — Cynthia Rylant

Our word prompt for today is LUSCIOUS and I think this delicious looking strawberry illustrates it very well. Interestingly enough, the word LUSCIOUS and the word DELICIOUS derive from the Latin verb delicere, meaning “to entice by charm or attraction.” Two points for you if you use both words in your post. 🙂

Compose a post and share your interpretation of today’s word in prose, poetry, or pictures. Use “Ragtag Daily Prompt” and “RDP” as tags, plus whatever other tags apply to your post, like Fiction, Story, Poem, Photo, etc. Specific tags make your posts easier for fellow bloggers to find in the Reader.

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  1. I’ve very recently come off of my nerve pain meds from surgery last year, which means that soon I’ll FINALLY be able to have a much desired bottle of Italian beer that my husband bought for me nearly a year ago– can beer be luscious? I think so. Right now, its refreshing, light bubbles are about all that I can think about, along with my husband’s delicious cheddar beer bread freshly made last night. Beers! I mean, cheers. :-).

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