Challenge Accepted.

Exploring the blogs of the wonderful people here in, I stumbled on this little jewel:

Poetry challenge 10 words for Christmas, feel free to partake.

After reading it, I though, “Hey, why not?” Here’s my version. 🙂

The 10 words:












The Star’s Princess

She saw the spruce was hung

The scarlet sky consumed by night

She drew her knees closer

Her breath colder than ice


Then came the silver carried by the mother

The scent of cinnamon chasing after her

Snowflakes dancing about

But her eyes shone more than the wares


A cheer bubbled up from the room

Sparkling wine passed from love to love

Her face was undaunted

A candle staying lit


The ornaments twinkled

The ribbons entwined

All a feast for her eyes

Yet chaff nonetheless


The sight from the window was to be a sight to behold

For the lonely figure under the tree

But her eyes were on the heavens

On a star that shone as bright as it did


Two thousand years ago.



And there you have it. Hey, you guys might wanna try this, too! It’s loads of fun. :>

Feel free to put in your comments, suggestments, insightments, and all that jazz-ments. 😉


Have a Merry Christmas everyone! 😀


(I’d like to thank Google Images and whoever should be credited for the picture above. XD)


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. eikenlaan
    Dec 26, 2012 @ 19:16:03

    Beautiful, I really love your take on the challenge. You are a star 🙂


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