DEC. 1, 2019: I just heard Walmart is marketing Kentucky Fried Chicken-scented logs for the fireplace. Better keep an eye on your dog!
DEC. 2, 2019: Thought you might enjoy a poetry lesson for December, to get your mind off all the shopping, baking, wrapping, card writing, screaming, etc. Read on…
DEC. 3, 2019: A Haiku is a three-line poem. Line 1 has 5 syllables, line 2 has 7, and line 3 has 5. Ready? Here we go, count syllables with me…
DEC. 4, 2019: Dashing through the mall…with a list that’s two miles long…Christmas Eve nightmare.
DEC. 5, 2019: Here’s another. Christmas colors shine…We love their diversity…Why not in people?
DEC. 6, 2019: You’ll like this one. Keep counting. You better be good…Elf on the shelf is watching…Let’s blindfold that guy!
DEC. 7, 2029: Christmas is giving…of love, of gifts, of ourselves…Make it last all year.
DEC. 8, 2019: Window panes glisten…Carols fill the silent night…Wish peace would linger.
DEC. 9, 2019: Christmas is fruitcake…Christmas is time with family…Some are fruitcakes too.
DEC. 10, 2019: See how easy it is to write Haikus? Your turn! Write one and put it in the comment section of my website, shroncanfielddorsey.com. Can’t wait to discover new poetic talent. That means you!
SHARON CANFIELD DORSEY is an award-winning poet and author of four children’s books, a memoir, a book of poetry, and a NEW TRAVEL BOOK, ROAD TRIP. All books available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, High Tide Publications, and the author.