Monday’s Child-The Smell of Life

The smell of life

floats somewhere,

As if stars

were dragon’s breath

and they were breathed on earth.

Daddy bunny is home doing research on life and birth.

Three of his lovely kids joined him to guess.

They behave like a thinking tank,

digging deep about life’s many a prank.

They recall

times when they throw the ball

until it’s too dark to see it at all,

And the smell of life starts to fall

As if a dragon breathed

on them, prime time.

Fun is earthed,

Blinking their eyes,

Four silly bunnies sniff their noses

and they have the best appetites

for life, because life could smell like roses.

*****

Monday’s Child:   Monday’s Child

Many thanks to Jamie Dedes and Heartspell, who nominated Jingle for the perfect poet award week 32.

Jingle humbly accept the award here, Jingle wishes to nominate

Dasuntoucha

Industrialarts

Lu Ann

Sumit Sarkar

for  Week 33 the perfect poet award.

Please visit all 4 of the outstanding poets from above today, including two extraordinary poets from below:

Jamie Dedes

Heartspell

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18 thoughts on “Monday’s Child-The Smell of Life

  1. Lovely, good cheer poem for Monday’s Child. Thank you! Life often DOES smell like roses.

    Thank you for accepting the nomination/award and for your kind words for the rest of us.

    Congratulations to the nominees. Well done!

  2. JINGLE, YOUR POEMS ARE ALWAYS A JOY TO BEHOLD. I ENJOYED READING THEM. THANKS FOR SHARING ALWAYS. FOR SOME OTHERS,WE NEVER GET THE CHANCE TO FEEL THE SMELLS OF LIFE AND LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Delightful Monday’s Child Jingle…love the silk noses on all those bunnies….and happy they have a Great Daddy and good appetites….blessings…bkm

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