Friday, March 06, 2015

Heidi's MarCH CHallenge


Flickr Creative Commons photo by L Church


What to do if You Are a Retriever


Freeze until the command is given.
Explode from the down-stay.
Tear across the lawn at lightning speed.
Catch the frisbee, mid-air.
Hustle back, tail high, ready for more.

©Mary Lee Hahn, 2015



I am participating in Heidi's MarCH CHallenge at My Juicy Little Universe. Here are my poems for the rest of this week's words:

March

Stretch

Twitch

Punch


Robyn Campbell has the Poetry Friday roundup this week.



12 comments:

  1. Holy cow! You are writing poems for 61 days in a row!!!!! You are amazing! My girl is black, but you capture her perfectly!

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    1. No, no, no! I haven't been going strong since January! I fell off the wagon about mid-month, and February was a very dry spell. I have now written poems for a whopping FIVE days in a row!

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  2. Ruff ruff (bark of approval). Nicely done. Also love how the photo was taken by someone whose last name ends with CH.

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  3. This is so delightful! Love how much action and motion you have packed into this powerful acrostic.

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  4. This is so great! I just love when an acrostic is brilliant, and this one is!

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  5. That's adorable. Woof.

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  6. Howling good, Mary Lee! That last line is excellent advice for some of us human-types as well. :)

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  7. My retreiver mix is nodding in agreement with every line of Fetch.

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  8. Love that "Explode from the down-stay"! You must know dogs. (And the photographer's name begins with "Ch" too!)

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  9. Your wonderful poem makes me want to borrow my sister's dog and go throw a frisbee for her. (My 10-year old beagle would just watch the frisbee sail by!)

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  10. WOOT I mean WOOF, Mary Lee! Thank you so much for sticking with me all week--you're going strong and I'm glad the words are working for you! This one and your windy punch poem are my favorites.

    Meet you on Monday for preaCH?

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  11. This poem is a peaCH! It is not a reaCH to say your poetry and pooCH both pack a punCH. =)

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