I decided to enter challenges and there are so many to choose from. Mom’s friend Miss Terri taught me this trick. Add them together. Here goes.
These pictures are for Mama Cormier’s Challenge Thursday Trios and Mom’s Challenge WQWWC #51: Toys. My poem is for Miss Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Challenge. It’s called Tanka Prose. I think Tanka is a funny name. You don’t have to write a tanka in a tank or wear a tank top. Miss Terri wants pictures of cozy for her challenge called Sunday Stills. Miss Cee’s challenge is CMMC. Her topic is macro. A macro is up really close.
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: Macro
My WQWWC Quote This Week
“I collect stuffed animals, and toy stores make me happy.”Grace Slick
Grace Slick is so smart. Her name is funny. If she added the s to her first name she would be Grace’s Lick. hahahaha
She is right, though. Toy Stores or departments are the best. We took these cool pictures at Costco. Well not the second Yoda picture. That’s our dog.
Don’t tell Mom, but I call our dog Yoda because I think she looks like Yoda. Her real name is Kalev. Mom and Dad call her Puppy Girl. She has really skinny hair. You can see her spots right through her hair. She needs a new coat. Maybe I will buy her a Yoda coat for Christmas. hahaha
I would NOT buy these toys for kids. They are cute. They are not soft like most stuffeds. Stuffeds are what I call my friends. Who would want to cuddle a hard face?
If you want my opinion, these stuffed dog toys are much better toys. Not the bones. These stuffeds would be better for kids, too because their faces are soft.
I Want a Horse for Christmas
This is my Tanka prose for Miss Colleen.
There was a horse at Target that is just my size. I hope Mom goes back and gets it for me for Christmas. If you talk to her, would you tell her? She wouldn’t even let me take a picture of it. If I get a horse, I can practice what Ma Leueen teaches me when I ride Biasini.
Mom, I want a horse. You can buy one for Christmas I will learn to ride. We can have fun in the snow We can have fun in the sun. © Manny 2021 Tanka prose is paragraph and a poem with syllables. You have to put the right number of syllables in each line. This is what Miss Colleen says, "We typically write tanka prose in the 5-7-5-7-7 or s/l/s/l/l five-line syllabic structure. Tanka prose should contain a title. There is one basic requirement in writing tanka prose: one paragraph, and one tanka."