Sunday, March 8, 2015

Sunday's Word and Slice is ChurCH

https://twowritingteachers.wordpress.com/2015/03/07/sol15-day7/

This is my SOL for Sunday at Two Writing Teachers

Because it is Sunday, I have no time to slice or comment until evening.  So this is pre-scheduled, and I will come back later to comment on others who have left comments for me sometime after 8 pm. Have a wonderful day!  I'm planning on having one myself!

I am anxiously awaiting my word to use in a kid's poem for Ed DeCaria's March Madness 2015. Tonight I get my challenge word and will begin writing a poem Monday morning after hopefully sleeping on the word. I say "hopefully" because if something comes to me, I'll probably be up all night writing instead of sleeping.  And I hate when that happens.

I did write an acrostic for a -CH word for Heidi Mordhurst at My Juicy Little Universe, even though there isn't a word for today.  ChurCH just seemed to fit the bill!  For good measure, I made it a Double Reverso Acrostic Shape poem... I just made that up... It can be read both ways and is in the shape of a church. (note that it says church backwards and forwards across the bottom.

A Double Reverso Acrostic Shape Poem!

Again, have a WONDERFUL DAY!  Yes, I'm shouting... because I really want you to hear me!  It is a wonderful day, even in light of any negatives that may slide in there to interfere with your immediate happiness.

Thanks for dropping by today!  I really do appreciate everyone who stops in.  I've met some great new bloggers this year already, in addition to hearing from "old friends" (not old like I am, just that some of you I've come to know for four years, going on five now - well, that DOES make you quite a bit older than you were when I met you, though - I'm still the same age.)!

10 comments:

  1. You do sound like you are excited about Sunday! I do hope you have a wonderful day! As one of the "old friends" I can assure you I do look forward to your wonderful poems and for all the words of wisdom you offer.

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  2. What a great poem! Shape, message, and all the little details that you included in it! Hope your day has been full of rejoice and praise!

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  3. I had to visit just to see the "double reverso acrostic shape poem"--glad I did, it brought a smile to my face, as did your well wishes for a great day. :-)

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  4. Wow! Double Reverso Acrostic Shape poem - very ambitious and you did a great job with it! I haven't even tried a reverso poem yet and you've got 3 types of poems wrapped in one.

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  5. Your poem is awesome! Yikes! The competition begins. I get my word tonight, too and have a very full day on Monday (including a trip to the dentist for a crown replacement). I'll be writing in my head. Why did I do this?!
    I finally wrote for two challenges, Little Ditty and MarCH, all in one tanka. I'm posting tomorrow. Saving my writing energy for my MMPoetry word.

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  6. Wow, this is impressive! Everything about it; shape, word choice, difficulty...wow!

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  7. Hoping for a wonderful day for you, Donna. Thanks for this very creative poem, and best wishes in the MM Poetry-rooting for you!

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  8. I hope you share this at your church today! They would certainly be able to appreciate it. I thought the shape the the church was "the cherry on top" or "steeple on top" I guess! Super creative! Great job!

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  9. I hope you share this at your church today! They would certainly be able to appreciate it. I thought the shape the the church was "the cherry on top" or "steeple on top" I guess! Super creative! Great job!

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  10. That is a lovely visual! I hope you enjoyed your day.

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