Tag Archives: Poetry

The “Year to Forget” Bit

Yes folks – it’s that time again where I humbly offer another year end wrap-up in the poetic stylings of “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”! Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin! ‘Twas a year to remember, that’s quite the safe bet! But largely a year I should like to forget. This annum could have […]

The ‘Twas (Yet) Another Year Bit

So now as Year 2018 hits its gloamin’, It’s time to fit my now traditional poem in! What fun to recall as this annum now ends All my revels and travels with family and friends! Though taking long trips, I did this year eschew, That doesn’t mean sights and good times were but few! A […]

The Night Before Christmas Bit

‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through my place (One bedroom apartment – a cute little space), Not a creature was stirring – good thing in my rental; Cuz if I had a mouse?  I’d go totally mental! Despite all the quiet, sleep still was in vain, For something annoying kept nagging my brain! […]

The “Into Each Life” Bit

So Mr. Longfellow pretty much called it – we all get rained on now and then.  And when bad weather happens on a sightseeing trip, it can actually add to the atmosphere of a place.  It can heighten the romance.  Or deepen the drama.  Or – who am I kidding?  It can also be a total […]