J. K. Rowling Is Graceful (London, England)

Today is funny,

My mood is sunny,

I had a magical ride

with world famous figures beside:

J. K. Rowling is graceful,

Amy Tan is thoughtful;

Kate Middleton is charming,

Jennifer Aniston is smiling,

Angelina Jolie and Paris Hilton are quiet,

with Oprah and Maya Angelou being on diet,

We die crying

while enjoy flying…

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Submitting this to

Funny Bunny Fridays Week 7

Poetry Picnic Week 25: Military, Soldiers, and Veterans

Short Story Slam Week 20: Love In Creativity Project, All Is Welcome!

I am honoring the most outstanding individual blog links who have been leading at Jingle Poetry Community and make everything well rounded and cool, see details below:

The Purple Tree House by The Purple for doing humor and poetry form prompts; 😉

http://purpletreehouse.blogspot.com/

Sunset Beach by Taylor Boomer for keeping poetry picnic parties going, 😉

http://letthecagedbirdssing.blogspot.com/

The Morning Dew by Natalie Sunflowers for running Thursday Poets Rally perfectly; 😉

http://cooloceanwaves.wordpress.com/

Life Is That Easy by Beth Snowflakes for keeping Bluebell Books in beautiful shape; 😉

http://thenoiselesscuckooclock.wordpress.com/

Too Long A Solitude by Tifiny Moon for sticking to life’s principles in divine senses; 😉

http://toolongasolitude.blogspot.com/

 

Hard to Fulfill Life’s Proposal (Poets Rally Entry in 55 words)

A function may be transcendental,
A mind is emotional;
A pain may be mental,
A cut on hand is physical;
A product may be artificial,
A concert is musical…
Hard to fulfill
life’s proposal,
Some incidents are meant to be confidential;
The look of twins may be identical,
Yet, their stories are absolutely
wonderfully
differentiable.

Thursday Poet’s Rally Week 44, share a free verse or any poetry with poets rally hosted by Leo, Jingle, and more….have fun!

Friday Flash 55, write a story, or a poem, link your post to G-man on Thursday night 7pm…have fun visiting other talented 55 players…. wink!

You, She, I, Excuse Me and Good Bye

You were our friend,
Things came to an end,
Because, something I “offend”.
.
I was waiting outside the door,
But she jumped over the floor
and went to see you, I saw.
.
After she’s gone,
I came in
and you asked me to leave you alone.
.
You, She, I,
You chose her,
I know why.

Write a poem, or a short story  in 55 words. Give it a try and notify  G-man

Poetry Potluck at Jingle Poetry

M Is 4 Monday’s Child In 55 Words

Image credit: Monday’s Child from soul Intention

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It’s winter in my city,
My cat gives birth to a kitty.
Mother cat loves her kitten
and enjoys milk in the kitchen.
Baby cat makes curious stare
whenever her mom goes out to breathe some fresh air.
They have fun cuddling on a rocking chair
and watching trees near the window,
lonely and bare.

Alphabe-Thursday

Friday Flash 55

Monday’s Child

Poets United

Yesterday I Took A Wrong Turn

Yesterday,
I took a wrong turn
and ended up on a cliff;
Today,
I plan my path before I start,
I want to be smart
and accomplish things with firm belief.

 

Tomorrow,
I’ll bury all of the sorrows
and let go of errors,
I’ll know when to stop
and orchestra my way to the top.

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55 is hosted by  G-man

Family Fridays is co-hosted by Amy and Lori at Peterson~St. Louis And Keeping up with the Schultz Family Happy Birthday To  Alyce’s Grandpa today!

Happy Birthday Wishes from Jingle

Poetry Potluck (Journey and the Road ahead) hosted by Amanda/Kavita

Every poet is invited and welcome to Join Jingle Poetry Monday Potluck Week 17,

We are open 8pm, American Central  tonight, old poems or poems unrelated to our theme are all welcome!

55-The Rings of The Phone



Just like the ripples of water
When throwing in a stone,
The rings of the phone
make stirring sound.
Lan’s heart beats
furiously
As she gives her puppy some treats
Nervously.
The phone keeps ringing,
“Woof, woof,”
Boots barks, waiting,
Lan scoops her up,
“Hello, what’s up?”
“…”
What does she hear?
U tell me, dear!

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Write a short story that is a fiction in 55 words and notify G-man at

G-man Happy Friday, Happy Flash Fiction Writing!

I used web tool to count my writing which is exactly 55 words… WORDCALCULATOR

55-When You See Me Wet In The Rain

When you see me wet in the rain,
You know I am traveling
on a one-way train.
You may wonder aloud
what’s all the
frowning and the
Groaning and the
Crying and the
Trying all about.
My mind stops functioning
And refuses to take
That unpaved road
As images in my brain
Begin to download.

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Write a a poem, or anything that is fiction  in 55 words. Give it a try and notify G-man

I used web tool to count my writing which is exactly 55 words… WORDCALCULATOR

Happy Flash Friday 55!
I value Your Opinion!
You Are The Best!