You made me smile with this oneHave a good SundayMuch love ...
inspired! Love it!
Not easy being a household saint.
Nice response to the prompt...
any possibility you could interact with people over at poets united...you post your link weekly, and i never see that you comment on anyone's.
Sorry, Mary! I am limited to using a crappy phone and sketchy service. I will try to comment as much as I can in the future.
Oh very clever!
Cool piece - I dig your flow.
whew. just the thought of 11 kids...makes me want to pull my hair out...ha...there are plenty of moms I would give sainthoodto...fun flow in this rene...been a while...smiles.
Yeah. It has! Still writing, though on mobile friendly sites. I've been reduced to using just my phone...and it gets old
This made me smile! Sometimes we do feel like household saints indeed.
Household saint! I love it. Our Lady of Perpetual Cleaning.
Very nice! Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog :)
I also see something angelic there !
oha - when the kids were small i felt like a household saint myself sometimes - or wished for one..smiles
You use enjambment brilliantly in this tight write. Love that!
This tumbled off the tongue so very nicely...
Short & snappy ~ Very nice Rene ~
Thanks for commenting, Rene. I hadn't realized you had difficulty...I understand and accept! Be well, and keep writing.
Very interesting take on the painting. Great poem.
She is foolishly beautiful , in a star maid sort of way
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