V.J.’s Challenge #83: Product placement

Product Placement Unintentional

My shampoo is soft,
sensitive with rose petals –
his is fortified,
extra fresh – blind purchases,
both conditioned.

A tanka inspired in the shower.

Too much I say! Products invading
my creativity.

Hope you have fun with this one.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

27 thoughts on “V.J.’s Challenge #83: Product placement

  1. 🙂 Thoughtful prompt! Encountered quite a bit of shameless product placement while watching Sonic the Hedgehog movie this past valentine’s day. Nevertheless, it was such an enjoyable film that although many critics noticed it, they still gave it a positive review.

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  2. Sorry I didn’t have a chance to put a post together for this week, however I thought of it at the grocery store. All the candy and cheese balls and chips right by the register. That’s product placement – which has been that way since I was a kid. Now there are small coolers with soda there too. Gee. Such NOT healthy options. What would happen, I thought, if they put apples and oranges in the coolers. Bananas on those racks. Along with small packs of graham crackers or less junky crackers. That’s me the idealist and retired dietitian thinking crazy stuff again. If nothing else, perhaps there would be less whining by toddlers in their cart seats. Or not…because they’d be munching on an apple – which would cost the same as a pack of Skittles. I can dream, can’t I? 🙂

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