It's Poetry Monday, and this week's topic is LACE.
Join Delores, Mother Owl, and me as we weave our poetic magic on this topic. I'm hoping Diane will be back in Blogland with her poetry soon; she is sorely missed. When life slows down a bit, I'm sure she will make an appearance.
We have some other regular contributors in the comments as well. If you want to officially join up with the poetry challenge, let me know and I'll put the link to your blog in this preamble. That way people don't need to sift through the comments to find you.
If you just want to contribute now and then when you have time or energy or a lightning bolt of inspiration (yee-haw! I love those), feel free to leave your poem (or a link to your blog) in the comments.
Well, there were no lightning bolts of inspiration for me this week, but here's my poem anyway.
(I have GOT to start thinking about the poems I've already written before I make a suggestion for a topic! . . . Of course, picking a topic out of the blue does put me at the same disadvantage as everyone else, so maybe it's more fair - ha ha)
Nature's Wintry Lace
I do not know the science
That causes ice to freeze
So thinly, so delicately
Rising as if by magic
From the damp winter earth
I only know
I've been waiting for over a year to use that photo!
Have a good week, everyone.