With hair as black as night
And seven friends challenged in height
Asleep from a snack gone amiss
Awakened by her hero’s kiss
She’s the princess known as Snow White
Photo from Pixabay
In response to Mind and Life Matters Limerick Poetry Challenge Fairytale.
He is that song
to make your heart dance
with the rhythm of love
His voice exists
for you alone
Your reason to breathe
a lyrical explosion
Guitar strings strummed
while harmonies soar
and emotions crescendo
The beat pulses
deep in your soul
You crave him
He is that song
~ Diane D. Photo from Pixabay
In juxtaposition to the lovely words of She Is That Song by The Lonely Author. Thank you, Drew, for your inspiration…
If not for birth, where would we be?
Still stuck inside the mama’s tummy,
First we were sunshine in the sky,
Then a little twinkle in daddy’s eye,
Now a wondrous gift for all to see!
~ Diane D. Photo credit: Pinterest
In response to Rashmi’s challenge at Mind and Life Matters
I thought I had submitted my entry to the contest, but, as usual, operator error! I will get the hang of this computer, I swear!
Here is my entry, better late than never, right?
Twas the week before Thanksgiving and I’m a bit surly
For the holiday season was starting much too early,
I decided to walk Dog through a nearby park
Where his only interest was on those things squirrely.
We passed joggers dripping from the evening heat
With most of them looking entirely beat.
When what to my wondering eyes did I see
But a peaceful bustier, up in a tree…
I assumed it was a jogger who had gotten too hot
But thank goodness we saw no one without her top.
Dog and I started for home and were nearly out of sight
When we heard, “A cool Thanksgiving to all and to all a good night!”
(With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore)
I know I’ve told you before about the park near our house where Dog and I like to walk. Truthfully, as far as parks go, it’s not much to brag about. But it’s serviceable and allows Dog a good run.
It’s also a nice place to walk if I need a bit of inspiration. Case in point, what I saw this week:
Alright, so what’s the story here? What causes a person to throw their underwear up in a tree? And before you immediately leap to something scandalous, remember this is a park within easy view of a major city street. (Also, this is a G-rated blog. Well, most of the time.)
On the other side of the brick wall are a number of thorny, desert plants and a sidewalk about eight feet away. So, pretty sure the underwear disposal happened on this side of the fence.
Also, you can’t…
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