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Personal and Rosemary

At NaPoWriMo the challenge today is to write a poem inspired by personal ads.  Izy at Real Toads has presented the task of writing a poem about melting.  Yeah, we’re all ready for winter to leave for a while.

proud pagan woman

seeks personal god of love

melt my stone cold heart

heart soaps

I’m also linking to Haiku A2Z Heights, where today is rosemary for the letter R.

scent of rosemary

conjures memories of old

love grown in gardens

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18 thoughts on “Personal and Rosemary

  1. Such a gentle haiku on Rosemary, it reminded me of grandparents pottering in a small garden tending plants with such love and care. Now we are the old people still tending our plants in the knowledge that if we feed the grandchildren food we have grown they will be healthy and happy.

    • “melt my stone heart” I like how you used this as a command and an invitation. Well done, my friend and viva la

  2. I like both of these. The scent of rosemary in the garden captured me and the clever ad was lovely to read.

  3. Two beautiful ones here, Teresa. I especially like the first one, but there’s also something about “old love” in the second one that speaks to me.
    K

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