Write your own poem using only words found in the words MERRY CHRISTMAS.
- please add your own words
Julia Ruth Smith is a teacher, mother and writer of small things. She lives by the sea in Italy. She has recently been published in Sledgehammer Lit, Full House Literary Magazine, Anamorphoseis Mag, Tattie Zine, Skirting Around and others. Exaggerated and emotional, she’s on Twitter @JuliaRuthSmith1 She/her.
Poems written using this toolbox:
Poem for my Boyfriend on Meeting the Family at Christmas – by Julia Ruth Smith
Chasm by Melissa Flores Anderson
Chimera by Stuart Buck
I Rest by Rachel Canwell
i am here by H. E. Casson
This stray year(s) by Shiksha Dheda
Mast Me by Adrian Dallas Frandle
Merry Christmas by Arden Hunter
A Stray Christmas by illestpreacha (Kofi)
Sitting outside on the driveway before heading in by Stephanie King
christmas day at the hospital by Daniel Johnstone
Chasm by Marie Little
I May Stay This Year by Yvonne Marjot
Merry Christmas by Tanisha Mehta
Mer-Sam by Syreeta Muir
Merry Christmas by Beth Mulcahy
Monostich by Michael O’Brien
Merry Christmas by Scott O’Neill
Mary by Jeannie Prinsen
Tinder Hookup / Mary by Elisa Dominique Rivera
r.e.m. / Carol haiku by Ankur Jyoti Saikia
There’s nothing to watch on TV at Christmas except repeats & cheap reality shows by JP Seabright
The Cry by Alex Shenstone
His ass by Sumitra Singam
Misery Charms by Lauren Theresa
The Remarriage of Hera by Dr Emma Tonkin
Scar by Lisa Lerma Weber
my misery is a match by AJ Wentz
Merry Crimemas by Neil Wilcox
2 thoughts on “MERRY CHRISTMAS”
as they say;
tyres may tear
a star may stay
hearts may stir.
my icy scary stare
has met a match.
a Rasta, his hair tame.
a miser, my time came.
he has my heart.
Merry Christmas, my mister.
Stay the same each year.
me, I am a misty star
icy air has set tame
my messy scars mar
heart ache is my name