Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Poem #356 - Do You Hug Your Laundry?



Students - this poem came from something that just happened yesterday.  I pulled out a pile of sheets and towels from the dryer, and Hope wanted to hug it!  We all do this here, snuggle into piles of clean laundry and soak up the warmth.  

This poem is about a simple pleasure.  What is one of your simple pleasures?  What is something little, free, daily, and undramatic which pleases your senses?  These are good things to write about, and often you will find that others enjoy them too!

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6 comments:

Toby Speed said...

Yay, for hugging laundry! I love the stuff you write about. And I see you're up to #356 -- major achievement, Amy. :)

ArtMuse Dog and Carol said...

Aren't 'simple pleasures' wonder filled and such a delightful poem ~ enjoy the day ^_^

A Rural Journal said...

A fellow laundry hugger! I hang mine outside -- but it smells so good, I usually hold it up to my nose to smell!

Amy LV said...

Methinks we need a laundry hugging club! You are the charter members! A.

Mary Lee said...

I put on jammies warm from the dryer last night! Heavenly!

Anonymous said...

This is one of my favorite things to do in the winter. One of my other simple pleasures is the smell of fresh lilacs in the spring.