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.

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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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