Six Sentence Story – Dress

I haiku, do you?


six-sentence-storiesIvy from Uncharted hosts this blog hop.

Six sentence story – dress.  I’m delighted that the six sentences can be any genre, any way, blah, blah, blah.  I’m sharing some haiku which are loosely sentences following the 5-7-5 pattern of the traditional Japanese poetry.

 Dress bare branches up

With freshly fallen white snow

Majestic until it melts.

  A dress that covers

Imperfections quite nicely

Is a wardrobe star.

A dress uniform

Standing erect at gravesite

Pulls on the heart strings.

Dressing with turkey

Part of a holiday feast

Brings us together.

It’s dress down Friday

And jeans and mocs are the norm

Great comfort today.

You can dress me up

But you cannot rid me of

Innate rowdiness.

Weeping cherry tree dressed with pink blossoms.

Author: valj2750

Woman who wears many hats - wife, mother, teacher, bookkeeper, writer, caregiver, cook, seamstress, photographer and beach bum.

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