Read the following article by Brenda based on her own prompt:
I really liked the variety of poems she composed based on the prompt, "Boredom". You will never feel bored again. Her poems are that inspiring.
Lol! That is sweet.
I'm not certain my words can cure a case of boredom, but I thank you.
Excellent set of poems, Brenda. You explained 'Boredom' very clearly. I enjoyed reading your response.
Thank you Rosina, for sharing Brenda's wonderful article.
Thank you for posting this one.
Thanks for sharing.
I just love that picture on this one with the rabbit.
I enjoyed reading your response to the prompt, boredom, Brenda. The poems are all very good, and the first video is funny.
Thank you for posting Brenda's article, Rosina.
It's such an interesting topic. I have never understood boredom, but then I was raised by a dad who would put me to work if I ever said I was bored LOL so it's not something I have allowed myself to experience.
It sounds like to me, you were very fortunate.
Take care and have a wonderful weekend.
It's too bad that the generations today don't have good moral characters to look up to in life.
My dad was like Bill Holland's dad. If we complained of boredom, he would have had chores for us to do. Ha! I can't say that I ever get bored. There are too many things to do each day!
Thanks for sharing Brenda's post with us, Rosina.
Thanks for reading my poems.
There is always so much to do, but the trick is getting in the mood to do it.
Have a great weekend.
These days children don't know how to do anything...does that mean this new cell phone era keeps them from getting bored?
I know a few who have never been introduced to a lawn mower or helping around the house.
Thanks for sharing Brenda's beautiful hub, Rosina
Bredz, I enjoyed reading your response to the word prompt, 'Boredom'. Super amazing not boring at all. Loved it!!
Hope you are doing well. Thank you so much for sharing! Enjoy your weekend!
Much Love and Blessings as always!!
I'm glad these poems kept you from being bored.
Can we really love a poem? I guess so...cause words can touch a heart.
Have a great weekend.
In case you stop in for a quick read...
Loved you saying:
Super amazing not boring at all. Loved it!!
You got spunk & enthusiasm. Don't ever lose it.
Thank you so much, Bredz. I hope the enthusiasm stays alive forever.
Blessings and lots of Love!!
I think there are times when I briefly find myself bored...but it never lasts long because I can make anything into something enjoyable.
Or at least I try.
Thanks to this cell phone, I'm not bored right now.
A bit sleepy, but that's got to wait a little while.
An unexpected emergency ~ hopefully all will be fine.
by Rosina S Khan 9 months ago
Another cute poem on Brenda's kitty. Here is the link to her interesting poetry:https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Ki … ys-HoudiniHi Brenda,I loved this poem about your kitty. It really gets troublesome when it tries to escape and play Houdini. This really brought me a smile. I am sure you...
by Misbah Sheikh 7 months ago
Please read Brenda's beautiful and heart-touching response to her own word prompt, 'first.'Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Fi … EverythingThank you!
by John Hansen 12 months ago
Please read Brenda's 'Blitz" poem. https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Hi … ide-PersonYou did a great job with this Brenda. Well done.
by John Hansen 6 months ago
Please read Brenda's wonderful collection of poems depicting the word "Happy."https://hubpages.com/literature/Poems-W … -HappinessExcellent job with this trio of poems, Brenda. You described happiness very well
by Rosina S Khan 13 months ago
Here are two Christmas poems by Brenda. The first one, "Poem: Christmas Day Memories" depicts a girl's past about fond memories of Christmas time with her family. The second poem, "Poem: Little Sally's Christmas Wish" is about a little girl wishing to Santa that her mother be...
by Peggy Woods 13 months ago
Brenda never fails to challenge our perceptions. In this case, she humanizes the man in the moon. Is he sad? You decide by reading her poem. https://letterpile.com/poetry/Poem-Man-in-The-Moon
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