Perfect Poet Award for Week 18 by Jingle (http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com)
Thank you jingle and the lovely being who nominated me for this lovely award.
Anyone who wants to know “marvelous” jingle and her “splendid” rally for poets visit her blogs (http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com and http://itistimetothinkformyself.blogspot.com/) and check her Thursday Rally for poets posts.
Her blogs reflect her marvelous talent, expertise and enthusiasm. Her enthusiasm is very contagious too. She knows how to inspire and cheer others. Meet her and you will be glad for your decision.
When I think about the people of this group and our sweet queen jingle I run out of words. I am happy to be a part of such a group. Where people can admire each other’s works from heart. Find out something sweet to say about clumsiest efforts. I personally don’t believe in putting art on operating table, because I think art is a thing to be felt not analyzed so I feel very happy among my friends of poet rally and very secured about sharing all my experiments with them. I know they will be the wind beneath my wings.
At the end once again I will thank you all who has become a lovely part of my life. Life becomes more beautiful when you are surrounded with caring friends. Thanks for surrounding me. Being a part of my heart.
God bless you all.
Now my poem for this week’s Thursday Poet Rally:
She was out there alone
Dawn was yet to come
The stars were sparkling
A sickle moon shining.
Her bag was on her back
In which she stuffed
All the disposed things
From all the garbage bins.
She reached the first one
Was about to start her work
When she heard a growling
And a baby’s whimper.
Quickly she went to the dog
She saw it was sitting there
With a fierce look in her eyes
Five cubs were sucking milk.
Four had four legs
One had two, it was a baby girl
The dog wagged her tail at her
Allowed her to pick up the baby.
She patted her, gave her the biscuit
Which she has bought for her own
And started back for home thinking
One mother deserts, another saves.
Finally my nomination. An extremely talented poet, and a breathtakingly awesome photographer. Adam @ http://dustus.wordpress.com/. I don’t think I have enough words to praise his marvelous photography and writing. So I will simply say from heart that his blog is a real beauty and so is he.