Saturday, May 7, 2011

Love scent

I read it's International Write-A-Tiny-Poem Day, over at Women Rule Writer's blog, and thought it would be lovely to join in and post a tiny for you here. It's also Mother's Day (if my blog posts this with the wrong date - it's lying - trust me it's mother's day; I have hand made cards, flowers with half of next door's shrub still attached, and gifts), one of my gifts has a curiously worded label, which is now my found tiny poem:
Bath Salts

to make beautiful
the love scent in your life

11 comments:

Donna Hosie said...

Beautiful. Happy Mothers Day, Rachel.

Dominic Rivron said...

Haiku

Yesterday i won
two bath-cubes in a raffle.
A coincidence!


I did - at the village coffee morning. Hope the neighbours don't mind about the shrub.

steven said...

i'm sure there's lots of love scent your way! happy mother's day rachel and to all other mothers passing through here!! steven

Rachel Fenton said...

Donna, thank you - back at you!



Dominic, bless you! Good for you! About time some good luck blew though blogsville!

I won't tell the neighbours if you won't ;)



Steven, there's a lot of bath salts sent my way - should I take it personally?



Thanks all of you!

Lori said...

Happy Mother's Day, Rachel! My garden flowers and printer paper are almost gone, turned into a myriad of demonstrations of mother appreciation. Not bad being a mom at times like this, is it? Beautiful, love scented life.

Lori said...

Happy Mother's Day, Rachel! My garden flowers and printer paper are almost gone, turned into a myriad of demonstrations of mother appreciation. Not bad being a mom at times like this, is it? Beautiful, love scented life.

Lori said...

Happy Mother's Day, Rachel! My garden flowers and printer paper are almost gone, turned into a myriad of demonstrations of mother appreciation. Not bad being a mom at times like this, is it? Beautiful, love scented life.

Lori said...

Happy Mother's Day, Rachel! My garden flowers and printer paper are almost gone, turned into a myriad of demonstrations of mother appreciation. Not bad being a mom at times like this, is it? Beautiful, love scented life.

Rachel Fenton said...

OK, Lori - Reading you, loud and clear!

Happy mom's day, Lori, and thanks x4

Leslie Morgan said...

Happy Mum's Day, Rae! I can just see you scurrying around making cards, gathering flowers, gifts and doing for others. YOU are deserving of a day to be honored, too.

Love your tiny poem - you have such whimsy, vision and talent. I shall print this little love language and stick it on my wall of paper treasures. <3 <3

Uh-oh. WV = fanchwa. The evil mother down the street who deserves no card, no gift, no flowers, no love scent.

Rachel Fenton said...

Haha! Thanks, Les! I do pootle at speed!

Thanks for my symbols - I shall go looking for fanchwas and sprinkle with love scent to break the hex that was put on them! :)