Sunday, December 16, 2007

12 Days of Christmas

I'm happy to participate in the 12 days of Christmas at Poets Who Blog. I hope you all enjoy it.


lights and cinnamon
wafting through years of bows
and giggles present


10 comments:

writerwoman said...

This poem has a lightness to it that is wonderful. It captured the magic of the holiday.

crimsonflaw said...

sweeter than the memory of it all. makes me feel nostalgic and sad .
lovely rendition susan

Scott Clawson said...

I can see and smell the tradition in your poem, thanks for sharing it this season!

Barone said...

You evoke all of the senses and with the most delicate touch....thank you!
jodi barone

qualcosa di bello said...

your words make me want to eat a sugar cookie with a cup of tea with my family gathered round...just beautiful

Sandy Carlson said...

Wow. You bring together the past and present, the eternal and the ephemeral, with such economy. This is wonderful.

DayDreamer said...

While reading this, I feel as though I am opening a box of beloved decorations, reliving memories wih each item I pull from inside. Very thoughtful in it's brevity.

Mariacristina said...

I need some simple cheer. Nice perfumy poem!

Kyra said...

Lovely - If you'd ever like to share a poem you've written about quilting with other Sistah quilters, do let me know.

Best, Kyra
http://blackthreads.blogspot.com/search?q=poem

tumblewords said...

Love the specific words in this haiku!