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Luck of the Draw March 2017 #PoetryCollaboration

It is that time of the month!! No, not that time... It is poetry time. Once again, my blogging friends have gathered together and chosen a theme, and we are all writing poetry about the theme. The theme for March is luck. Luck. Lucky, luck, luck. Fitting, considering March is the month of luck. I hope you enjoy what I have written for you. Definitely follow the links at the bottom, to see what my friends have written for you!! 


Poem 1 (Luck):

Lucky pennies.
Unending wins.
Countless blessings.
Knowing the future is bright.

Poem 2 (Lucky You):

How lucky you are.
Your hair always looks perfect.
You never have anything stuck in your teeth.
Your bank account is full.
You always have the foods you love on your table.
You are surrounded by family and friends.
You have found love.
You have all you need, and most of what you want.
All of that makes you lucky, but what makes you the luckiest...
You know me.
You're welcome.

Poem 3 (Lucky Me): 

You came into my life unexpectedly.
I wasn't looking for anyone.
I wasn't wanting anything.
I was content.
Then there you were.
You swept me off my feet.
From our chance meeting, to our first kiss.
I cannot wait to see what the future holds.
I feel so lucky.
You make me happy.
You keep me entertained.

I look forward to each new day with you.
I want to write you a daily haiku and make you endless cups of coffee.
I want to thank you for choosing me.
Lucky me.

Poem 4 (Lucky Tonight):

It is all I can think about.
It is all I want. 
I cannot wait for you to walk in the door.
I have missed you all day.
All I have thought about is the moment you get home.
The look that will be on your face, when you finally come inside and see me.
That smile.
That look of love.
I cannot wait to cook dinner with you.
I cannot wait to watch our shows together.
I cannot wait to crawl into bed together.
I cannot wait to get lucky tonight.

Okay. There you have it, my contribution to March's Poetry Collaboration!! Now, take yourself over to see what poetry my friends have shared this month!!

Karen of Baking In A Tornado
Diane of On the Border
Dawn of Spatulas On Parade

Comments

  1. As always, I love all of your poetry but today Poem 3 (Lucky Me) is my favorite!

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  2. I'm amazed at how you can crank out multiple poems and I struggle to do one.

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