An Invitation

It’s Christmas Eve, if you are a celebrating Christian, or an adoptee of the holiday. For some, it is a time of last minute rushing about, for others, celebration, and, if you are like me, it is a time of quiet relaxation. Whatever your practice or affiliation, I wish you peace and joy.

No challenge this week. Instead, I am inviting those who wish to play along to join me in some magnetic poetry online. I will warn you, the practice is addictive (I’ve now incorporated it into my weekly blogging).

Here’s my attempt:

Do we two bring grass lies,
so porcelain their dazzle steaming?

I laugh at peace and he

will work dog-day,
born open but salty moist –
brother, angel, fool –

could heal,
has it there,
the god-eye
seer, explorer
breezing smile the it.


If you want to play, hop on over to the Magnetic Poetry site.   
Just click on the ‘play online’ link and you are in. I try to use all the words given, but anything goes.

Have fun, and remember to leave a link or drop your poem in the comments below.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

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