Sock It To Me!

CXXXVII.


Tickle me toes,

Cuddle me soles,

The season is upon us.

When winter blasts

My toesies chill

But socksie keep 'em warm.

I love my socks

And they love me

The mystery is beyond us.

Why write of this,

We all may say,

With seriousness all around?

I need a break

And you may too!

The gloom will still abound.

But you know me.

A thought or two

May interknit the stockings.

Perhaps some peeks

Into the heart ~

But nothing very shocking!


______© Nellieanna H. Hay

(no, these are not my feet!)
(no, these are not my feet!) | Source


Ends in startings.

Starts in endngs.

Epitome

Of symmetry.


______© Nellieanna H. Hay



Hop scotch is

A game

Of Life.


______© Nellieanna H. Hay



Fruitful life

Goes begging

While

Futile life

Is fed.


______© Nellieanna H. Hay



It is not

Every day

You find the one

Who fits exactly.

But when you do,

Every day’s

Transformed for you.


_____© Nellieanna H. Hay



I've no need

To defend

That whose whole being

Is its own defense

And no desire

To defend

The indefensible.



______© Nellieanna H. Hay


paradox



Cling not to dreams

Nor to realities.

There is substance

Unperceived,

Awaiting non-pre-ception,

Passive still.


Play with forms,

Tweek formulas,

Relationships cajole.


The stuff is at

Your fingertips,

Just beyond control.


Supply your spark of life

To find.

What's unperceived

Is in design,

What's pre-conceived

Is far behind,

Half-remembered

In God's mind,

Imprinted on your soul.


It is - but is not yet -

Perfection.


______© Nellieanna H. Hay



Who?

Briefly

A case

Of mistaken identity.

I'm really me!


______© Nellieanna H. Hay

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cre8ivOne 3 years ago from Midwest, USA

Very nice Nellieanna!

Socks are awesome, especially when you live in a climate that calls for them. Socks are so fun nowadays and they really are an expression of our personality or maybe a subtle insight into our souls. :)


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

I love your observations about socks connections with our personalities and souls. It's possible they truly are! Where I live isn't deep cold climate, but my feet need lots of TLC. I'm wearing some tie-dyed sox with fur-lined Aussie boots - in the house! We're having a siege of quite wintry weather & I keep my house temperature moderate in both cold and hot weather, and our summers are really HOT. :-)

This was a fun hub to make. I appreciate you being its first visitor!


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cre8ivOne 3 years ago from Midwest, USA

It was a fun hub indeed! I am always pleased to be the first to comment on a hub, especially the ones I really like!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

What a lovely thing to say! Thank you again!!


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cre8ivOne 3 years ago from Midwest, USA

You are welcome! Stop by my page sometime. I love to write poetry too!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

I will - I will enjoy it!


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Thank you for this. Funny socks were my trademark. Under my tux there were some "wrong" socks... to shock. Keep up the excellent work.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

hahaha- Martin - I can't tell you how much I enjoyed that revelation!! I love it! You're a fellow iconoclast! hahaha! Thanks for the visit, the laugh and the fun comment!


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btrbell 3 years ago from Mesa, AZ

Oh, how fun this is! What a great morning I am having! Thank you so much for this greta, enjoyable hub, Nellieanna! Randi


Ghaelach 3 years ago

Hi Nellieanna.

Although I believe you had fun writing this, I personally think you've written an awesome article.

Super Video

Take care and keep your socks on.

LOL Ghaelach


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kallini2010 3 years ago from Toronto, Canada

Thank you, Nellieanna, for writing such delightful poetry.

Why do we love shoes so much?

Why do we love socks so much?

My take:

"Discover your inner sock"

&

"Life socks"

whatever that is supposed to mean. But being understood is quite symmetrical to being misunderstood and if not, I am a big fan of asymmetry.

Do I make any sense?


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Randi - you're making me enjoy this fun thing all over again! I confess that when I ran across that top picture among my archives of 'hard copy' pictures I've saved over many years, it grabbed my funny bone so I just had to title it & fix it up to use for a hub, though I had no specific poetry to use with it. But that was easily fixed, though usually my poetry writes itself and precedes any application already in mind. That was part of the fun, too, though, for this hub.

So - thank you for letting it spruce up your morning - and now, mine!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Ghaelach - yes - expressing meaningful things can also be fun. My attitude is joyous in most circumstances, while also thinking and experiencing all the ups and downs intimately. Some downs have been quite stringently intrusive in my life & have taught me valuable lessons. One has been to allow the ups to lift me, that the downs aren't & needn't be permanent locations, and, best - that both leave valuable residue and stepping stones for continuing meaningful life. The key is faithfully letting them. Especially when one is deeply down, it requires discipline to refocus on ALL the possibilities! The result of it can be that it becomes easier and more obvious from the experience.

Thank you very much for your visit and your encouragement!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Dearest Svetlana - thank you!

Perhaps we love our shoes and socks because they protect, comfort and enhance us. They make us feel better in many ways. There are various peripheral reasons. If one is a dancer, as you are. the function of the shoes designed for that activity is also endearing. The functions of various kinds of footwear give them value to us, as is the case of all our protective and enhancing outerwear. When I worked at a glamourous job, my shoes and clothing were vital to its success. When I go to the ranch - the protectiveness of what's on my feet (there are snakes and cacti!) is vital to my survival! Around the house, it's comfort, feeling good about myself & temperature accommodation which influence my choices of what I put on my feet.

I'm sure most folks are similarly directed by circumstances when choosing their shoes and socks.

Even one's age and state of health have influence over one's footwear, and may override other considerations. The most glamourous job can't insist on 6 inch heels if the person is unsteady and unsafe on them. Flats may have to suffice for the sake of common sense & continuing.

That's all just possible answers to your questions, which I realize were somewhat rhetorical, probably. But they are valid questions which I may have needed to include in the hub!

Now I have to say how much I adore your wonderfully clever adages - I'll be thinking about and applying them! - "Discover your inner sock" & "Life socks" - - I wish I'd thought of those! Maybe you can expand on them for a wonderful writ of yours!

Yes - the very wise observations about being understood and symmetry/asymmetry are even more valuable. You do make much sense, as you usually do, whether always understood as you mean or not!! Most of us meet up with partial understanding, at best. ;-]

You give your friend, Nellieanna, a boost to her day, for which she's most grateful.

I care deeply about what you think and say and I feel I understand much more than you may know. You are phenomenal, IMHO - this I know.


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Isaac White 3 years ago from Welcome to my beautiful world, where magic is no longer a myth.

incredible poems, Especially about the paradox.

I. White


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Hello, I.White. I've checked your hubsite. It's quite interesting and beckons me to read your work.

BTW - I wrote that Paradox poem 42 years ago. Glad to hear it speaks to you.

Thank you for the visit and comments!


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kallini2010 3 years ago from Toronto, Canada

My dearest Nellieanna:

All there was to it, it my ability to express the immediate impressions and the way to catch them is to do it right on the spot.

When I let my questions slip into more serious territory when I try answering them, the part of the fun goes away.

I really wondered why we liked shoes and why we like socks...

Shoes are indeed a "make it or break it" component of any outfit. We are particular about our shoes, each in its own way.

I prefer beautiful yet COMFORTABLE. I don't understand women who are willingly ruin their feet. There we go - we love our feet because we need them - these tiny silhouettes have to carry our weight for as long as we live and they deserve our special love and care.

I've never had any fetishes, but I love beauty as you know.

Regarding your comment about "a weird minority of one" -

what it so unique about you that you gained wisdom so early in life and understanding seems to be a matter of development. There are certain stages that cannot be skipped.

Some of us are stuck in adolescence (regardless of our actual age - and the only direction of growing is experiencing the pains of growth (in majority of cases - maturing from adolescence into being an adult).

It is such a delight to talk with you knowing that I don't have to explain and delve into basics, the boring part - we can pick up at my level - because clearly I am not nowhere near yours.

With your understanding you can enjoy musing about socks because all the philosophical dilemmas that you had to solve - you somehow did.

Time for ART, time for JOY!!!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Thanks for returning! What a delightful comment, Svetlana! As always, it says much. I like your take on shoes. I must admit that these days for me - COMFORT is in capitals and beauty may be in lower-case, though I always seek it in some form, even in trivial things & insignificant arrangements on a windowsill. Can't help it. But my days of elegant footwear, while I never have been able to bear hurting shoes even when I wore high heels from daylight to dark, aren't foremost now. At this moment, I'm wearing fur-lined Aussie boots - not my prettier, newer pair but the ones I've had several years showing wear. Not too glamourous, let me tell you.

About gaining some measure of wisdom early - or anytime for that matter &/ or growing out of adolescence, - a little one-liner I wrote says, "Growing pains at any age." Same goes for resolving philosophical dilemmas - one hasn't even encountered them all in a lifetime. If we were fully mature, why would we need to continue here? We're never 'there' - till - - THERE which is not the state of living, breathing and encountering each day's challenges as they spring upon us. We ARE stuck with being ever-growing beings if we're alive ones.

I miraculously found my core and my peace with it, which enables me better than prior to that to come upon all the ongoing stuff with more equanimity than I'd had, but I still must apply myself to each new thing. I've been through some tumultuous times, trust me. From that I just sort of know "it" - whatever it is - can be resolved, dealt with, adjusted to - or at least - survived; - not because I've encountered 'its' specifics & resolved them once & for all, but - probably because I've not met them all so I know what to do, but know that's OK. It's not required to, certainly not by me! That's possibly the matter of development you mention, but it's far from having perfect certainty or wisdom. Thank goodness - I don't - I wouldn't even be able to stand me!

Two things serve me, though: realizing that my perspective is at least as good as anyone else's (& totally better or best for ME - and it doesn't matter whether or if they realize it!); - - and being calm in my mind even when 'all about me are losing theirs and blaming it on me' - as Kipling wrote. I guess - knowing this will happen from time to time so it doesn't overwhelm me helps. That's 'them'; this is me. Works.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

When I read your headline, Nellieanna, "Sock it to Me," my first thought was Goldie Hawn and company singing that refrain on the Rowan and Martin Laugh-In TV program. They all were a ball. Loved your poetry and socky images.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

DRBJ - ah, yes - thanks. Those Laugh-In episodes were hilarious! They launched a lot of comedians' careers. Thanks for the reminder of the origin of 'sock it to me'. I loved the show but wasn't a big TV buff & didn't watch regularly. I'd sort of forgotten about that connection when it came to mind. I'm glad to remember!

I have to wonder how many of our colleagues even knew of the show!

:-)


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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and awesome. Love this Nell. Made me feel all toasty and warm in my wool socks. We've got temps at 19° F. This was truly delightful. Passing this on. Hugs.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Rasma - Thank you for the votes! That's so great! I'm warm and toasty, too, in my socks (heavy cotton) and fur-lined boots. Just been out to shop for supplies since I've been without transportation for 11 days while my car was in repair. It was below freezing when I left, but a bit warmer, with the sun out, temperature rising, plus the rushing around getting supplies! haha. Still have more errands to take care of, soon as I finish eating.

We're due a warmer weekend before another cold front Monday. It's really the middle of our most winter month(s). But it's not been down as low as 19° F here. It could, but hasn't. But my theory is that our blood is thinned when we have over 100° F for weeks on end in the summer & our winters are shorter & not as frigid, so it doesn't have Perhaps people living in colder climates blood thickens. haha.


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Fossillady 3 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

I hear the song in my head "Sock it to me Baby, Baby" . . . thanks for a light hearted poem and your he last poem is beautiful!


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Rosemay50 3 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

Loved... loved... loved the title, what an eye catcher.

Very nicely written. I have one somewhere 'Sock Heaven' I wrote for all those socks that vanish in the washing machine. Lol


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Kathi - your adjective fits the mood in which this was composed. Thank you. I enjoyed it almost as much as the hub itself. Light-hearted!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

haha, Rosemary! I love your title and idea! Oh, yes. I always thought there must be a cconduit from side to side of the Earth to China through which those socks disappear & are sucked, as well as things one drops directly down but can't be found (finding around the corner in the next room, if ever)! Thanks for the fun!


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ImKarn23 3 years ago

LOL..This just 'Socked' me out! Almost felt like dancing - or hop-scotching! lol..

Nellie - your poetry's got SOLE, Sista!

lol..thanks for socking it to us - we needed that!


Sunnie Day 3 years ago

Hello Nellianna,

So much fun these socks and salutations! Loved them all...My favorite!

" It is not

Every day

You find the one

Who fits exactly.

But when you do,

Every day’s

Transformed for you.

love my fuzzy socks and if I can help it will leave the house with on, with slippers adorning my feet to my parents house. They ask where is your shoes its cold outside..I just smile..I cant take them off they are so warm and comfy...

Love and hugs


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

hehe - You could dance and hop-scotch. I just love your wit, Leslie! My poetry has sole. :-)

Do you know how brilliant you are? Hugs and thanks.


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Cyndi10 3 years ago from Georgia

Fun socks and very enjoyable poems to warm a cold day. Verses to make you smile; verses for contemplation. All very creative. Take care!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Hi, Sunnie! I'm happy you dropped by! Thank you! I like that poem too. It has such truth. Transformation is internal, though - not dependent. We discover ourselves when we find the one who really fits us. That is something we can never lose, regardless of circumstances and life's vicissitudes. One person always 'there' - is - always there.

OH, yes! Those fuzzy socks (& shoes) are so hard to take off! Actually why I started wearing these fur-lined Aussie boots in the house! - I had them brand-new for a couple of years before it occurred to me! So they're like my indoor/outdoor house-shoes, so I can wear them all day, anywhere. It's just difficult to take 'em off to go to bed - hahaha! But the down-filled pillow over my feet in bed (on top the 2 down comforters) helps. I think we Texans get thinner blood from the intense heat so long in the summer, so we feel the cold weather much!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Hello, Cyndi. - I'm so pleased to meet you. I always like to know the kind folks who bother to visit my hubs and leave interesting comments. I just made a quick visit to your hubsite where I found things in common. - I'll be looking into your writing further.

You speak of a cold day - I noticed on the weather report that you're having a LOT of cold! Lovely to warm it and make you smile! Thank you!


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JayeWisdom 3 years ago from Deep South, USA

Hi, Nellieanna....What fun to read your light-hearted "ode to socks" this cold winter morning (yes, the cold finally hit Mississippi--even snow--after raining continuously for nearly three weeks). I, too, am luxuriating in my warmest socks as I pad about the house in fluffy slippers. When I go out soon to run some errands, socks inside warm boots will keep my feet cozy and warm.

Socks may seem small treasures, but when one's feet easily get cold (as mine do these days), socks are wondrous! In fact, socks are one of the few clothing items I still regularly buy. I have many colors, patterns and solids, and choosing my socks for the day is an enjoyable task. (It take so little to please me...eh?)

When I first saw your title, I thought of the old TV show, "Laugh-in," but the sock "bouquet" showed your meaning even before I read the verses. I enjoyed all your poems and pictures, as usual. Your hubs are so beautifully designed that browsing through them soaking up the words, photos, graphics, and videos is such a pleasure.

Thanks for adding to my day's enjoyment. Voted Up++++ and shared.

Stay warm!

Jaye


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Jaye - I saw that weather you're getting! Even Al Roker was amazed at such wintry stuff so far south! The system we had (from the Pacific via southern California, no less!) moved on your way, but your area had more moisture to result in snow! We had some 'thunder-snow' and a bit on the ground, but with so little moisture circulating with which to work, it wasn't a big covering - at least not right here. We had a bit of rain preceding it, which helped our drought a bit but was far from ending it. We got a total of about 3" - a lot relatively, but we are 9" short already.

Oh, yes, - I too, still buy socks. They're precious treasures! I can't resist.

I confess that, except in the hottest summertime when I'm into sandals, & a few occasions demanding hose, I wear sox always, though I have thinner cotton ones for 'in-between' weather. I've holiday sox, of course, & drawers-full of colored sox & some playful sox; - the tie-dyed ones are fun & favorites now because the colors go-with everything and they're a very good quality heavy cotton which I wear interchangeably with white ones of the same brand!

I still tend to favor white ones. Old habits die hard. I'm older than you & it was considered quite qauche to wear colored or patterned sox in my hey-day, especially at SMU. (though long, dangling earrings were OK even with casual outfits! haha.) I'd gone through (real) ballet slippers, bobby-sox & saddle oxfords, & at SMU, bobby-sox & Oldmaine Trotters stages before I graduated from all that stuff into heels and hose. What matters now is comfort, safety and pleasing myself with my footwear! Like you, it takes little to please me!

I was glad to be reminded where in some corner of my mind that phrase "sock it to me" originated to be stored for just such a moment as when I was thinking of a title and subject of a hub using the bouquet of socks (love your term!), even though I didn't instantly recall "Laugh-In" and its use of it. It was a lot of fun making the hub, so I'm especially pleased that you enjoyed it! Thank you for the comments and votes! Hugs!


Sunnie Day 3 years ago

Oh Nellieanna I love those boots...I may have to get some..I never thought about wearing them as house shoes then I would not have to ever take them off..haha Yes us Texas girls blood does get thinner..if it hits below 50 and I am looking for snow flurries..lol

Love ya!

Sunnie


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

I've had a couple of pair - one grungy pair and a very dressy pair - but yesterday at Sams Club, I found some for oly $19.95! And they're very comfy! I wore them right away when I went out later to do errands. They didn't have a big selection - maybe all picked over - but I found some in my size. They color is 'caramel'. My others are more neutral light taupy beige. But these are more presentable for running around to stores, etc. than the grungy ones and easier to slip into than the dressy ones. Couldn't beat that price - they're not made in Australia - but they're the style and are sheepskin.


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Eiddwen 3 years ago from Wales

Brilliant as always Nellieanna ;I vote up,across and share. Have a wonderful wekend.

Eddy.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Dear Eddy - thank you, dear lady! It was a fun one. It's just gorgeous here today - moderate, sunny and feels almost festive somehow! So what's not to like? :-) Hope yours is, too!


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arb 3 years ago from oregon

socks of silk and spun cocoons

the catapillar sleeps

content in skin that yeilds in time

the secret that it keeps

I am me, said the butterfly

I love that I am I

otherwise I'd come from the socks

of someone else's I!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Dear Alan - what an awesome-&-fun poem! First quatrain, awesome; second, fun! All, delightful. Thank you, both for visiting and for leaving me a treasure of your own. Hugs.

I'm pleased that you're up and around! Was a bit concerned, what with all the flu going around.


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GusTheRedneck 3 years ago from USA

Nellieanna - Now I have been greatly saddened by my determination that I could not possibly ever put such meaningful poems together as you have done here.

Gus :-)))


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Gus - why would you want to when your own style is so good? Thank you for a lovely compliment and your welcome visit! I appreciate it, fellow Texan!


Vincent Moore 3 years ago

I love socks, different colors, styles, thickness, wollly, silk. Without a sock wardrobe it would not be half as fun to dress up. I was taught very early by my mother to love socks and how to fold them and place them in my dresser drawer. Thank you for sharing this socking story, I loved all the verse and your pictures. You socked them up really well. hugs


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Vincent - Thank you, my dear! You have me grinning, giggling, smiling and guffawing! Love "the socking story". hehe. Your socks wardrobe, all neatly folded in place as you were taught, is a delightful image!


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mckbirdbks 3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

Who?

Briefly

A case

Of mistaken identity.

I'm really me!

______© Nellieanna H. Hay

This is a worthy gem.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Why, thank you, Mike, kind sir!! :-) I'm pleased you think so!


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Monis Mas 3 years ago

Very fun poems, you are good at it! :-)


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Hello - Monis Mas. I'm smiling! Thank you. - For me, it has been a fun group of poems and ideas.


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tobusiness 3 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K

Warm toes and inspiration wrapped up in elegance, simply beautiful.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Thank you, Jo! What a lovely compliment!

I guess you can surmise that I've visited your hub site! Let me say that I am eager to return and read your work! The hour right now is so far past my bedtime (almost my rising time, in fact). Between new internet devices to master and getting my hub for Valentine's finished and published. . . . well - I need more focus to read very intelligently at 4.45AM!

Hope HP posted it on my list of hubs - a 24 hour wait would put it too late for Valentine's day. I think followers see new hubs immediately on their list of hubbers they follow, but email announcements and display on one's profile page must usually wait the time. Well, love is always in focus!


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Eileen Hughes 3 years ago from Northam Western Australia

What a wonderful way you have with words. And all for socks....

They are important to each and everyone of us. But isnt it funny how we lose them all in the washing machine and end up with odd ones. thanks for your great words.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Oh, yes, Eileen (and it's so good to see you again, lady!) - - socks are such funny, comforting, erratic and irresponsible things! For a while, I used little mesh bags for each pair so they wouldn't keep getting separated or lost in the washer and dryer. But it was such a hassle, I quit doing it. Even socks that look a lot alike, - even if they're out of the same package, - often have individual differences! Have you noticed? One is longer or looser, or something; and entire pairs that one would expect to 'match' - don't!

Sock are funny! So I thought they'd make a fun hub! Thank you for reading, commenting and appreciating! Hugs.


dreamseeker2 3 years ago

Cute poetry of socks and all that is involved here. : ) Clever and sweetly put as always. Yes, it is good to read stuff that is light hearted and not something that may stress or bog the mind. Playful use of words and imagery, Ms. Nellieanna! Voted up!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

hehe, Gwen. You often bring us lightheartedness in your poetry, too. It's quite refreshing! Thank you for the playful comments and the vote!


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Vellur 3 years ago from Dubai

Wonderful write. Socks beautifully captured in all it's color and warmth in your poem. Voted up.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

THANK YOU, Vellur! Your comment made me smile! Also - thank you for the vote up!


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shanmarie 3 years ago from Texas

Fruitful life

Goes begging

While

Futile life

Is fed.

______© Nellieanna H. Hay

You kinda stopped me in my tracks to think about that one!


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS Author

Dear Shan - Yes, it's that kind of a stopper. When I wrote it, it stopped me in my own tracks and took my breath away. It was sort of like a bright light being shone upon the mess, requiring no further elaboration .

Thank you for reading - - and sharing that.

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