The Slices of March

Welcome, March Challenge… The Slices of March*

A Little Slice of Life*,  Six Words for Today

Busy Day Ahead, Firsties Are Great, What Language?
Taking Some Advice, Lesson from a Robin*,  New Learning

Blue*, Water Flows*, Midnight Storm*

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Going to the Spring Fling, I’m Really Cooking Now

Books, Book Spine Poetry*

A Love Story, Souvenir of a Sunny Day*, Sunshine on My Shoulders, Memories Are Being Made

Perfect March Day, March Snow*

Mirror, Mirror*, Old Words Made New*
Unprecedented, Having Each Other’s Back

Prayers for These Days, Keep the Faith*, Rise Above*


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15 Responses to The Slices of March

  1. Book Dragon says:

    What a finale!
    I love your idea . . . Will look at my posts to see if zi can do the same.

  2. Lanny Ball says:

    It is amazing how all of these titles somehow weave together to create a poem. Thanks for this wonderful idea!

  3. Fran Haley says:

    A great summation of your writing … ending on a needed note to look forward with hope.

  4. kvanhorn1966 says:

    I love this! Your titles paint a picture that makes me want to go read all your slices!

  5. Brian Rozinsky says:

    Clever way to make a whole out of all the parts from this month. Like magnet poetry entirely of your own creation 🙂

  6. Tim Gels says:

    This is a fun idea, and I love how yours turned out. Like Fran commented before me, I like the hopeful note you end with. I’m going to give it a shot as well–thank you!

  7. arjeha says:

    What a great way to end the month.

  8. Denise Krebs says:

    That is a sweet and clever idea. I bet it makes you even be more mindful of your titles throughout the month. Does it? My titles seem to be after thoughts. Thanks for the lovely inspiration.

  9. JudyK /J Koval says:

    I love how you do this! You inspired me to do something similar today, and I thank you for that. The hopeful ending is so appropriate — very nice! 🙂 ~JudyK

  10. cvarsalona says:

    Your final lines are the ones that resonate with me the most, Diane. You may be interested in joining our Spiritual Journey Thursday writing group. This week it is at Donna Smith’s blog post, Mainely Writes. I will find the email or if interested you can write to Margaret Simon she is leading us.

  11. humbleswede says:

    This makes me want to go back and recompose my last piece. I really like this idea…and the execution.

  12. Why do I never think of cool ideas like this?! Really enjoyed this, even though I’m way behind time in my comments!

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