And you shall ornament this yuletide season,
spread tinseled happiness ’round the world.
Brooch pinned to frayed prayer shawl,
treasured ornament from days long past.
Fruit bowl on wormwood kitchen table,
waxed ornaments that never spoil.
with your smile.
Ms. Quickly asks us to look around, see what grabs our eye. Name it and take that word, create couplets with it. Each couplet should have two lines, about the same length, and “look” at the chosen word from from different angles. Photos: What caught my eye — Two unique ornaments: Lillian – from my kindergarten teacher 64 years ago; and a very fragile bell, given to my mother when she was married. Ornament — an interesting word!