Tuesday, April 11, 2017

IMALDNE #AtoZChallenge

Notes about this challenge:
The A to Z Challenge is to write to the letters of the alphabet in order, one a day each day in April, except on Sundays.
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Today is I, and or is that "today am I"?

Either way, I had a hard time finding I this past year.  I saw one that said "Ivy" and I really, really wanted it, but the traffic was such that  my husband wouldn't let me jump out of the car.

So I am using a plate that I found last year, but didn't use for a poem yet.  I had a few leftovers and this is one of them:

All Done

"I'm all done,"
I heard him say,
and then he put his bike away;
"I'll do it on another day
When I don't always swerve
and sway!"

"I'm all done,"
she said to me;
the picture's done and so is she;
I'll post it here where it will be
the easiest for 
all to see.

"I'm all done!"
The kettle spoke,
and with it's whistle gave a poke
as from it's spout what looked like smoke
came shooting out as
steamy cloak.

"I'm all done,"
the sunset sighed;
it couldn't stay aloft - it tried,
but fullest moon won't be denied;
it wants its turn to
turn the tides.

"I'm all done,"
the writer noted;
we've laughed, we've cried, we've all emoted,
all edits done and text de-bloated;
this well spent pen has 
been demoted.

by Donna JT Smith, 4/10/2017

Tomorrow is a J day!  See you then!

2 comments:

  1. "This well spent pen has / been demoted." Very nice!

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  2. I really enjoyed your poem and the number plate. Amazing talent.


    Justify #Lexicon of Leaving

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