Today's poem, Soon Comes Christmas, is a Palindrome poem and is #21 of a collection called 100+ Poetic Forms.
Early morning greets me with a familiar feeling. The Too Much. Too much sugar, too much television, too much peopling. Looking in the mirror, wild eyes stare back. Oh, girlfriend. the silent morning quiet restoring focus mind growing calmer an introverted human brain buzzing on overdrive © 2018-2019 – Donna Matthews Shout out to all … Continue reading The Too Much
snowflakes intertwined quiet hush assaults the air seasonal silence listen, do you hear the softness of wintertide seasonal pleasures silence is broken laughter and mirth fill the air seasonal treasures listen do you hear families gather together unforgettable © Franci Eugenia Hoffman A gander at me – I enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance … Continue reading Listen do you hear – Eugenia
Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda are currently hosting the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge which was started by our star writer Christine Ray. We hope to offer all of you something that will spark your creativity and willingness to participate. The prompts are designed to be quick challenges that can be written in 10 to 15minutes, inspire … Continue reading Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge December 24, 2019
Love Described? How to describe love? Nothing abstract about it You either love or you don't The best life has to offer is always found in people. © 2018-2019 – Donna Matthews The above poem is written in the form of tanka. The tanka form is generally a short poem with the following pattern 5-7-5-7-7. In … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Love Described
By Charles Robert Lindholm A Blanket Of Snow Brings A Winter Wonderland As Christmas Lights Shine Copyright © 2018 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Please Come Explore The Archives On My Blog!
frozen rain falling festive deer tangled in lights december unfolds surprises all around me everyday christmas magic The above poem is written in the form of tanka. The tanka form is generally a short poem with the following pattern 5-7-5-7-7. In its purest form, tanka poems are most commonly written as expressions of gratitude, love, … Continue reading Tangled In Lights
Its too early for Christmas She said to me my hands clutching my favorite Christmas sweater You can't sing carols now dear She stated as I hummed the last few notes of "I'll be home for Christmas" But its my favorite I said Its always time for Christmas cheer isn't it? Written by Liyona. Her … Continue reading Cheer
Hold me here beneath the lights, And bask within this Christmas glow. Outside has grown dark with night, As the air fills with frosted down. The world has grown still here, Wrapped in your warm embrace. And as one our hearts beat to the rhythm of this life, Content with the existence that is ours. … Continue reading Beneath the Lights- Michael Erickson
By Charles Robert Lindholm I Took A Walk On Christmas Morning In A Wonderful Cooling Mist With Plenty Of Time To Count My Blessings As I Wandered Down Memory Lane To Reminisce I Had So Much To Be Thankful For Counting Out Each One Parading Out My Memories And Gifts, And Things I've Done I've … Continue reading COUNTING OUT MY BLESSINGS