Friday, January 30, 2009

Poetry Friday

TGIF! It’s Poetry Friday. As we are almost into the oh, so romantic month of February, I give you a sultry cinquain poem for today.
My cinquain is in the current issue of Amaze: The Cinquain Journal. I love writing and reading cinquains so I am thrilled to be part of this journal.
Click here to read ONE TOUCH.

Please visit Adventures in Daily Living for more fab poetry links. And yes, it did hurt a little when Poetry Friday was tattooed on my back ;0).

18 comments:

Gottawrite Girl said...

This is a GREAT photo. My hat's off to this woman, wherever she is!

adrienne said...

Nice poem and tattoo ;)

Rena said...

Great poem, Kelly!

Keri Mikulski said...

Fantastic poem, Kelly! Happy Friday! :)

Kelly said...

Thanks, ladies!

Jill Corcoran said...

It made me shiver. My mind immediately went to the summer I met my husband.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful poem:)

Solvang Sherrie said...

Great poem!
And yeah, that looks like it would hurt :^)

Annette Gulati said...

Love your poem, Kelly!

Paul Michael Murphy said...

Nice poem, Kelly. And great, uh... tattoo. Yeah, it's the tattoo I'm looking at.

(Honestly though, that chick needs an ass. Not a big huge junk-in-the-trunk ass, but something.)

(Now I'm really hoping that's not someone you know.)

Kelly Fineman said...

Very nice poem. And very cool photo.

Kim Kasch said...

Cool poem - ah,...maybe I should've said Hot.

:)

Mary Lee said...

I can't look at a tattoo anymore without thinking of the book SAVVY. I'm thinking Mibs would have gotten an earful out of that one!

Nora MacFarlane said...

Excellent poem, Kelly!

C.R. Evers said...

Luv the poem!!! You rock!

Christy

Elaine Magliaro said...

Kelly,

Love your poem. All too often, I see the bastardized form of the cinquain.

Myra Cohn Livingston, the children's poet and anthologist, was a master of the form.

Denise said...

Great job, Kel!

Author Amok said...

Great poem, Kelly. Have you ever read Mark Doty's "My Tatoo?"

Rhaingel said...

That was a great poem. Though it wasn't that long, all the feelings are contained in there. :)