Posts Tagged ‘black’

Huddled them near

He kept them dry from

Dark and decrepit fear


He wore a tall black hat

And long black scarf

He toted a batty black umbrella

To guide them all about


The children loved him

And Their small hearts leapt

When escorted in abecedary by Mr. Death


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Upon request, I created an outlet for my poetry via word press.  I’m still getting the hang of it- all of the options remind me of an episode of Venture Brothers. In an episode, the Monarch holds his head and sits there saying, buttons! there’s just so many buttons! Lol, now while I’m not at that level of angst yet, I do get the general idea of how he feels 🙂

Follow along if you wish. One project I have coming up is centered on one of my favorite holidays, Halloween. I intend to post a new poem for each day, leading up to the day of black and orange… and costumed candy hunters.

Christmas, my other favorite holiday, will also get some attention in the form of poems or thoughts. I may create a series of posts from the perspective of my reindeer purse (pictures to follow). Who knows, stay tuned…

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