My friend, Julie, challenged me to a six-word story. I started with September.
It was fun thinking up more. I may keep these a while...and see if I can knit them together into something.
Thanks to Penny Parker Klostermann, poet and author of There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight for hosting this week's Poetry Friday fun.
A Year in Six Words
September planted student rows, June’s hopeful harvest.
October pumpkins glow, orange Halloween smiles.
November leaves applaud bringing down the house.
December's spoon swirls spices, secrets and snow.
January, A bed made with hospital corners.
February makes lacy homemade valentines…..be mine?
March: A lion dressed in lamb's clothing.
April a peek-a-boo between rain clouds and sunshine.
June’s moon a wedding bell in tune.
July’s stratospheric sparklers red, white and blue.August a ripe moon, gold and sweet.
(c) Linda Mitchell