A Month Of Prompts In One Day

Thanks to Michelle of Putting My Feet In The Dirt
for the inspiration I got when I read her list of
daily prompts for the month of December.

I am a Poet… a Writer
I sit here Weaving Words
As I think about Thistles and thorns
As I write I worry about Vermicious Knids
That are Dripping with drudgery

My Tales of tinsel
Become Conspicuous Coincidences
Filled with Dingle berries
That are Perfectly Imperfect

Mrs. Claus Dances With Elves
As she is Swayed and seduced
She realizes that Oranges aren’t apples

Speckled candy waits in Variegated vessels
Chestnuts and chisels have been Stripped and polished
Dreidels and ladles are used
For Maneuvering the muck
Left by Pish Posh with Chipped Edges

My Idiotic Endeavors cause some Perky Punctuation
And why in the world did I write Beanut Putter?

I started writing Cryptic messages about Crinkled Corn
I warned everyone that Frosty goes wild about Fried Green Potatoes

I planned Royal Excursions with Agnostic Acorns
My mind was filled with Gritty globs of goodness
As I started Drawing the line
And watched the elves start chewing on Bitter Bones

Thanks Michelle!!

Β©Walt Page 2017

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    1. Thank you so much Michelle πŸ˜ƒ When I was reading down through the prompts, my inner voice said, “Do this Walt. Do this for your dear friend.” It just flowed out of my head, through my pen and into my notebook. I am so glad you love it, because it was done with love. πŸ’›

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      1. Aww… you’re just the sweetest. Love you so much Walt… Hope your week is full of wonderful blessings. Thanks for reaching in and hugging my heart today. I feel blessed for knowing you. ❀️


      2. Well, you just reached in and hugged this old man’s heart. And I’m also blessed to have you as a friend. You have been very kind and supportive. If I had a daughter I’d want her to be like you πŸ’› Brian is blessed to have you. (And you him).

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