Even though I’ve lost a number of brain cells through pregnancy and parenthood, I refuse to stop trying to use what’s left of my sleep-deprived mind! I still enjoy reading books (and not just Dr. Seuss’ masterworks, either), dabbling in foreign languages (besides Toddler), playing music (other than the ABC song), and now, writing poetry!
As part of the Algonquin Experiment by Hippie Cahier, I drew up this little diamante (it’s a form of poetry). It was a fun exercise; I enjoyed stretching my brain muscles a little more than usual. Here is the end result:
cleaning, hugging, feeding
apron-strings, skirt, tie, suit-jacket
playing, laughing, caring
12 thoughts on “Do the Diamante”
Wow! You are very talented and creative! A perfect description of Mommy. : )
Thanks! I’m so happy you enjoyed it.
Love, love, love it!. Great photos, too. So very sweet. Thank you!
No, thank you!
One of the many talents of Rivki Silver!! Beautiful!
The credit really must go to Hippie Cahier, since she provided me with the challenge!
Interesting poetry concept. Is it supposed to be “shaped” like that also?
I think that’s just the way it ends up. I’m sure there’s a connection there somehow.
Adorable pix! And I love that diamante, it’s so well written and cool too! ;-)
Thank you – it was fun to write!