I Packed My Bag

Image by Alexas Fotos

I packed my carrier bag
So called for being easily portable
And in it I put
My Neolithic flint core
My Bronze Age Beaker pot
My third century Roman toiletries
My sixth century stockings
My eleventh century book
My fourteenth century Apostle spoons
My seventeenth century kitten-heeled shoes
My eighteenth century loose gown
And called the bag my portmanteau

59 words written for Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt: Portmanteau
btw: Manteau is a loose gown fashionable in eighteenth century

 

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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30 Responses to I Packed My Bag

  1. A time traveller’s trunk no less

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  2. Sadje says:

    Fantastic collection!

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  3. Dale says:

    That portmanteau seems to be magical to contain so many items… I want one!

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of stuff and it works so well with the prompt. Superbly done ☺️

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  5. Dear Crispina,

    That’s a fascinating haul. Nicely carried.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  6. Quite a bagful, something for every eventuality! A highly original take, nice one.

    My 59!

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  7. Bill says:

    The case of the millennial traveler. Nicely done, Crispina.

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  8. Dora says:

    Only the necessities in fact!
    pax,
    dora

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