Christmas Contest 2019 First Place Poetry: “I Know I Saw Him” by Regina Elliot

There was a lingering scent, of pine and peppermint, out of the corner of my furthest sight, a fleeting moment of regal red with white, I know I saw him, some don't believe, they're usually grim. When, before, the pantry and shelter struggled for more, suddenly, some smiling folks came in, with bags of warm … Continue reading Christmas Contest 2019 First Place Poetry: “I Know I Saw Him” by Regina Elliot

Christmas Contest: Poetry 2nd Place

In our hearts By: Linda Crate all the children with eyes shining like ornaments   eagerly anticipating a man in a red suit to grant their christmas wishes,   and all the reindeer landing on the roof and the cookies and milk left out for santa;   every song i used to listen to a … Continue reading Christmas Contest: Poetry 2nd Place

Holiday Contest First Prize: Poetry – Six Holiday Haiku/Senryu

By┬áKatelyn Thomas He calculates, frets. Santa does not need to fit - No math in magic.   This Christmas morning nature tinseled the white pine with layers of ice.     Empty cardboard box - gift enough for the kitten. No need for the mouse.     They are not ready to pack their wonder … Continue reading Holiday Contest First Prize: Poetry – Six Holiday Haiku/Senryu