Fun #children #atozchallenge

 

a ruler mark was a better way

children should not have fun

or play

serious the subject

in every day

we must light- hearted

laugh today

follow the leader

the silly way

you don’t want to know

that I taught a game

 

I have the upmost respect for teachers with all sorts of degrees. The job is an important one. A retired elementary teacher, I  respect and adore, states emphatically that her most important subject was love and kindness; something she taught by example to her appreciative students. I’ll add fun to that list.  We have fun in our classes – lot’s of it!!!

Sending love to my friends in Pawell and Lacor. You are the best teachers in the world and have taught me to have the best kind of fun.

~ Love Mrs. Fish

 

 

 

The Pinnacle #poetry

 

petals in the snow

It was at this peak

for the first time

I found love

cool, crisp were your lines

my first solo climb

off the precipice

I jumped

into empty lies

carving into moguls

some shallow some deep

rose petals in the  powder

you could hear the beat

the foolish heart

seeks for occupation

breaking my leg

pain not soon forgotten

strength has all but failed

for my encore traverse

the pinnacle breached

life’s fall rehearsed

***

final blueprints

plans fall into place others fail

on a pinnacle

 

Poet’s United prompt is Mountain.  My  cryptic symbols reflect life on the end of a Pinnacle.