dVerse, Poetry, Quadrille

little laugh

dVerse Quadrille #27 tonight and De gives us a Giggle of a prompt.

Good advice, yes?

Let’s follow it today. De Jackson (aka WhimsyGizmo) here, and it’s a Quadrille Monday – when we write a poem of precisely 44 words, not including the title, and including a given word. For today’s Q44, I would like you to giggle.

Give it a good loud verb voice. Or allow it its noun-dom. Add a couple of letters and turn it into an adjective or adverb: giggling, giggly.

New to the Q? Here’s what to do:
Just write a poem of precisely 44 words, including the word giggle. Link it up by clicking Mr. Linky. Then giggle and grin your way around the blogisphere, as you visit some of the most talented poets around. The prompt is open for the whole week, so remember to come back and read (and write!) some more!

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gratuitous laughter rains down on me

infiltrating my dark and sombre mood

good to hear some folks are having fun

goodness knows I need to do the same here

laughter is good medicine for the soul

even if it is not full blown roaring

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36 thoughts on “little laugh”

  1. I love smiling and think folk should do it more, especially to each other. It brings an immediate feel-good factor (as long as it’s natural). Maybe a law should be passed to make smiling a requirement..
    Although very occasionally I do sad or anxious. I never do misery as it begats itself.
    If you are really feeling down Paul, I truly hope the good medicine visits you soon.
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]

    1. Not down at all Anna…just been a testing kinda day but there have been smiles and giggles and barefoot walks in the woods…photos in the snow…run out of steam now though. Thanks for the concern.

      1. So glad you’re not feeling down Paul, despite your testing day. Really glad about the smiles and giggles too!
        The kindest of regards
        Anna :o]

  2. As my mother use to say, “Life is not easy.” She’s been gone for many moons, but I always remember her words and they always make me feel better. Somber poems bring out memories in me. Wish you well .

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