Poetic Thursday: Snug And Unplugged

It’s Thursday…! You know what that means: time for Poetry Thursday with Pam, Teddy and Angel Sammy over at Two Spoiled Cats.

This was our photo inspiration for this week:

And here is my poem:

Each one of us has an idea in mind
of the kind of place where we like to unwind.

It could be a mountaintop or a tropical isle,
maybe a place in the country is more your style.

Perhaps your spot is closer at hand.
It could be right there on your own plot of land.

Imagine a “tent” built with canvas and pine,
oh, the possibilities; what fun to design.

It’s rustic, it’s cozy and so very snug,
a place created to just relax and unplug.

But there’s one little detail I find hard to ignore:
if I’m sleeping outside….it’s gotta have a door.

To read other poems inspired by this photo, stop by to visit Pam and the boys.

Programming note: I’m taking a mini blogging break. My next post is scheduled for next Wednesday.

~These Days Of Mine~

6 responses to “Poetic Thursday: Snug And Unplugged

  1. My first thoughts were unwinding and a book. Such peace! Then I agreed with you about the ‘must have door’ for sleeping. Enjoy your mini break!

  2. Yes indeed – a door would be nice to keep the critters out – other people who wrote poems for this one mentioned “facilities” – that would be nice to have too!!! LOL Good job on your poetry this week my friend.

    Pam

  3. Another great poem !! & a door would also be great !!

  4. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    The door is a must. Another great poem.

  5. Glamping – that’s what the photo is. It looks lovely, but I’m with you…if I’m sleeping outdoors, there better be some type of door. No critters invited! Great poem, by the way, Dianna!!

  6. Great poem about the glamping photo!

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