Christmas is right around the corner. I wrote this poem as a suggestion a China Doll might not be a good gift for a child.
Plus, the weather turns cold, and today is Thanksgiving. The poem I wrote to celebrate the holiday is called Movable Feast.
Christmas is around the corner. I wrote this poem because this is the time of year when I like to snuggle in bed where it is warm. I call it Comfort Food.
Sometimes I get a hunger for the road. It is always an adventure when you can’t be certain about what is ahead of you because Not all Who Wander are Lost.
Rooster and I decide to visit our baby chick in New York City. It’s all about getting down to the Nitty Gritty in November.
Rooster and I decide to visit our baby chick in New York City. Sea Food isn’t on the menu in November, but we are still experiencing a Nice Kettle of Fish.
Rooster and I might decide to visit our baby chick in New York City. The poem I wrote to start the month is called Pearls Before Swine.
My thoughts turn to family and friends at this time of year. It appears we will be able to sit down at th same table again, proving There Will be Miracles.
The views expressed are the inner dialog of the poet. They might be total bs, but they are real. The first poem in this series I will call Baby Doll in the Mailbox.
Apparently, proverbials have no particular rules. I will try not to sound cliché. My next attempt to write a Proverbial Poem, I will call Geography Lesson.