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A Christmas Poem: a reblog for Saturday Mix

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
For harassed and busy Mums (and Dads) everywhere: Christmas Aftermath Both the fridge and freezer Are groaning with Christmas food But having fought to buy the stuff I’m just not in the mood. There’s sausage rolls…

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A Poem for Christmas Eve: 2019

Every year I like to post a poem for Christmas. This year it’s one for Christmas Eve rather than Christmas Day, and I’ve included words from the Three Things Challenge #92 through #95: asleep, babe, bad, chubby, double, eve, harness, … Continue reading

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Post Early to be within Striking Distance

It’s that time of year when parcels tend to get lost, letters aren’t delivered when some disgruntled temporary Post Office employee decides to throw a sackful of mail into the nearest hedge (this was captured on CCTV some years ago) … Continue reading

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