Sunday, October 23, 2011

Story Grove: I Planted a Little Story Seed

Another Saturday, another Centus over at Jenny Matlock


The Challenge:

THE PROMPT THIS WEEK IS: I planted a little story seed...
WORD COUNT - Not to exceed 100 words, plus the six words of the prompt. 106 total maximum words.
STYLE OF WRITING - Any
NO ADDITIONAL PICTURES (awww! I love pictures - ku)

I planted a little story seed out by the paw paw tree,
And nourished it every day with tales of land and sea.
Gnomes and wizards, kings and queens and little pigs that fly,
Timeless adventures of pirate ships and birds baked into pie,
As the seed grew day by day, each new leaf held a story,
For the little ones to pick and read fantastic of tales of glory.
And then one day it flowered and scattered seeds anew,
Creating endless groves of tales across the whole world too.

12 comments:

Judie said...

Kathy, this is a wonderful piece. It should be the preface for a childrens book!!!

Sue said...

Loved it!

=)

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

This is so sweet and upbeat. Great little poem, and I agree about the chocolate while reading these.
Be well.
xoRobyn

Viki said...

This is lovely and so sincere. I think a child would love this poem as well as an adult. Good job.

Candy C. said...

Another great job! Beautifully done! :)

anitamombanita said...

Terrific!!

Karen S. said...

This was very cool, thanks! I've always loved pigs that can fly too! Great poem!

Jo said...

what Judie said! wonderful!

Heidi said...

Fantastic! I wanted more...

Ames said...

Totally awesome!!!!!~Ames

Jenny said...

I am enchanted by your post!

This reminds me of the poetry books I read to my children!

I love everything you did here!

An absolutely perfect gem of a poem.

Wow.

This was seriously impressive.

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Thank you!