Remember when we made May baskets and put them on a neighbor's doorstep, rang the bell or knocked, and then ran away? They were supposed to chase you and give you a hug...or a kiss if it was your grandma or aunt or someone huggable like that!
I don't think kids even know about them anymore. Pretty sad!
Anyway, happy May Day!
And I finished the A to Z Challenge. I wrote poems for each day of the month (except Sundays), one for each letter of the alphabet, and made a tagxedo to go with each one, and tried to use a form of poetry that began with that letter (along with the font and style names of the Tagxedo). I'm not sure what possessed me, other than my PCD (Poetic Compulsive Disorder).
So for today, I give you a haiku to May:
rainbow toes of spring
tiptoe past leaving color
in flowery paths
Enjoy the new month!