DEC. 11, 2019: The clock is ticking. The traffic is terrible. I burned the cookies. There aren’t enough hours in the day. Sound familiar? What happened to peace on earth????
DEC. 12, 2019: Again, I retreat to poetry. This lesson is even easier than the Haikus I taught you earlier. These are six-word poems. Yes, just six. Read and relax…
DEC. 13, 2019: Carols fill the air. Sing along.
DEC. 14, 2019: Dashing through the snow. OOPS! Down.
DEC. 15, 2019: Presents bought earlier. Where are they?
DEC. 16, 2019: Santa, I’ve been good. Pinky swear!
DEC. 17, 2019: Christmas letters. Paper hugs from friends.
DEC. 18, 2019: Found last year’s fruitcake. Re-gift quickly.
DEC. 19, 2019: Christmas through grandchildren’s eyes. The best.
DEC. 20, 2019: Don’t ignore homeless. Could be you.
DEC. 21, 2019: Love is best gift. Spread around.
Leave some six-word poems in the comment section of my website, sharoncanfielddorsey.com
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 are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, High Tide Publication, and the author.