Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Who Has Seen the Wind


The wind blew through the wood
enjoying the quiet and views,
and then it began whispering -
spreading the latest news:

That nice family of squirrls
got into an awful fight
with a terribly loud owl
who kept them up all night.

There was a big collision
and two birds got a fright,
so there's now a new rule -
no flying at night.

And that sweet brown bear?
he was eating so much honey
that the bees have decided
to start charging him money.

There were more daffodils
blooming every day,
and the wind was pleased to report
another sunny day.

The old Oak had enough
of the wind bending their ear -
"you have to quiet down,
you're the worst gossip here."



Featured: pinata dolls made of
recycled plastic bottles and silk paper.
They are, of course, full 
of candy and little treats.

87 comments:

  1. Love the poem and the pinata dolls. They look very pretty.

    Julie xxxxxx

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  2. Great idea for recycling and I love the words. Keep well Diane

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  3. The pinata dolls are the cutest, bet children love them! I love gentle woodland animals - your sweet poem brings a smile to my face :)

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  4. Que lindas essas pinhatas!!
    Adoráveis, amei!!

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  5. Poem. Pinatas. Perfect!! Such cute little pinatas! Love their expressions! blessings ~ tanna

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  6. What a great recycling projects - they are too cute for words!

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  7. Such funny dolls :)!
    Have a nice day <3
    Christine

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  8. These are adorable and what a sweet poem!! Thanks for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  9. Cute cute cute!!You get smiley looking at them..PS I hate gossips don't you?

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  10. How perfectly magical! The blue one just seems to want to jump off the shelf into our arms! You've given us all happy smiles this morning! Hugs!

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  11. Pinata dolls filled with candy, what a brilliant idea. LOVED your poem Amalia, soooo creative!!
    Have an amazing week :)

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  12. Oh the piñata dolls are just great, lovely colours too! You are so creative.
    Loved the words in your poem.

    All the best Jan

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  13. What a fun idea! Your poetry, as always, lifts my heart!

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  14. Sweet and cheerful post!Have a lovely week!

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  15. Oh my goodness...I love this! All of it. 😊

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  16. How sweet and what a lovely poem you are so creative. :) x

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  17. This is such a cute poem - I like the new rule of no flying at night! Your last stanza is perfect:) Love your sharing for All Seasons, Amalia! Good to know "no gossiping here:):)"

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  18. I love the poem and the pinata dolls are adorable

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  19. I love absolutely these ! BTW I love all yours posts always are cute!!!!!

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  20. Your poetry and dolls make me smile...they both are so uplifting, thank you for the smiles!

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  21. Oh my goodness, those little dolls are adorable!

    Tania

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  22. I agree with Maggie Ann above! Your photos and poems do make me smile, and I always have a lighter heart after reading your posts.

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  23. Such a fun little poem and the pinata's are so sweet! xo K

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  24. You really have to publish a book with all your great poems (and creations)!!!
    I love those crazy 'monsters' you've made :-)
    Have a very nice day,
    Sigrid

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  25. I want to read this to my little grandkids!! You make me smile, and those piñata are precious! :))

    Jane x

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  26. Such a beautiful poem. I love those piñata dolls...so clever and so colourful!

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  27. Very sweet! Your piñata dolls are just adorable. Love the poem.

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  28. I love the poem and the dolls. Could you maybe share how you made the dolls? You could write the instructions in rhyme if necessary to keep the special spirit of your blog!!

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  29. YOU have been busy! And your little dolls are adorable!

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  30. Oh no, the piñatas are way too cute. I would rescue them, and let them keep the candies. Perhaps I could escape together with them...
    A lovely, lovely poem - as always!

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  31. You are SO creative! Really cute -- thanks.

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  32. Oh my gosh...so cute! And the poem is wonderful, too. You are sure creative, Amalia!

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  33. oh Amalia your little dolls are gorgeous. I enjoyed your poem, it made me smile x

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  34. Sweet dolls, both inside and out, and your little tale about the wind was a whimsical joy!

    xo
    Poppy

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  35. Your poems always make me smile (and rather wish for a little child to share them with -- but since I don't often have one of those handy these days, my inner child enjoys them just as much!) Those pinata dolls are wonderful -- great use of recycled materials and as cute as can be!

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  36. Such adorable dolls, love their little faces all different, and fun that they have treats inside!
    Your poem is so fun, I love to image all of that happening, so fun and so creative!

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  37. Oh, I love your dolls and poem!
    I imagine the oak's face, and it makes me smile :)

    akiko

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  38. Love those little dolls and your poem - as always, Amalia :) xo

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  39. I want the blue one. So cute and full of candy did you say. ;-)

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  40. Such little cuties! Great story too!
    Barbara xx

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  41. Adorable dolls and love your fun words:). Wishing you a happy weekend.......

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  42. So very sweet Amalia. you truly have a gift. The dolls are adorable. xo

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  43. Such beautiful dolls !! I love their sweet faces !!
    Greetings

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  44. Oh, the things the wind hears. Your lyrical poem is charming and has lightened my step in my day....just sublime, Amalia. Oh, and as for those sweet doll pinatas....too, too cute! Who would have thought their innards were recycled plastic bottles. Simply brilliant!

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  45. This poem is absolutely adorable. What a lovely, cute story! :-) The pinata dolls are cute too. :-)
    Have a beautiful weekend! Hugs

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  46. What a wonderful recycle idea, Amalia . I'm sure the children have enjoyed this tinkering. I really like your poem, as always to smile.

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  47. Oh that wind, always up to such mischief, when will he ever learn? lol... enjoyed your poem about the wind and the underlying deeper message it has, and the darling cute pinatas!

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  48. Your poems make me smile from ear to ear! Please put them in a book to share with the world - they are so lovely. I can see the wind whipping through the trees - spreading the word as it goes. So creative! Love your little dolls - such a wonderful treat!

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  49. Oh, my goodness, those dolls are just the cutest! I love their sweet faces. Your poem is a joy to read. Well done, my friend. Hugs.

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  50. Utterly adorable - loved this!
    Wren x

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  51. They are super cute! Great work! It is a good idea to decorate a children's room. xoxo

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  52. How I wish I could have you over for a brown butter bar and tea, my friend {{smiles}} Thank you for the delightful comment on my blog.

    And thank you for this charming post. You always bring a smile to my face. Hugs!

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    1. I'll come willingly and bring treats :-) oh, the conversation we would have...

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  53. Hello, Amalia! the pinata dolls are adorable. Love the cute poem, wonderful story. Enjoy your day!

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  54. Dear Amalia ... so, so sweet. Oh by the way, while you are visiting Stephanie in Colorado, you can come into Kansas and we will enjoy coffee or tea and a special treat. But, to sit and chat with you would be the very best. Oh how fun that would be. Homespun Hugs ♥ Teri

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  55. Your pinata dolls would be a hit at any party! And your poem is wonderful, too!

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  56. The poetry is always wonderful and so are these dolls! Super cute! : )

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  57. Happy and stunning weekend with little dolls.

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  58. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment. The little pinata dolls are so cute and I love the poem.

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  59. Que lindas, Amalia!!!
    Os versos, como sempre, muito divertidos.
    E o trabalho recheado então... amei!!!

    Obrigada pelo carinho com os Anjos!

    Abraços e dias felizes.

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  60. Wonderful poetry and what fun little pinatas.

    Hugs Diane

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  61. Adorable! What a fabulous idea to repurpose water bottles into super cute pinata dolls.

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  62. Such fun to give each doll her own face and personality.

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  63. These piñata dolls are the cutest, Amalia - did you make them? I smiled when I saw them because all the kids in the family used to have such fun with the pinatas at grandma's house. Your poems always make me smile too.

    ~Sheri

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  64. What a beautiful and fun poem, you should write your own book, it would be a huge hit. Also the pinata dolls are adorable.

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  65. Cute dolls and lovely poem! Have a beautiful day!

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  66. Those pinata dolls are adorable! Well done you. Delightful poem as usual x

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  67. Amalia your recyled dolls are so colorful and cute! Such a pretty party decoration or favor

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  68. Amalia, your dolls are so cute and festive! The poem is charming!

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  69. These little pinatas are lovely, thanks so much for sharing them at Handmade Monday with us.

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  70. What adorable piñata dolls, Amalia, and of course, your poem is wonderful!

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  71. OMG, those are simply too adorable! Love you poem too!

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  72. What a great poem, Amalia! Your dolls are BEAUTIFUL! You are so talented, my friend. Kisses!

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  73. Thank you for your lovely comment, Amalia.
    Your dolls are so sweet.
    I am not on bloglovin, then I would have followed your lovely blog.

    Enjoy your day,
    Ida

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  74. That is a lovely poem and such cute little pinata dolls. So clever. Hx

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  75. Hi dear amalia ,,espero que tengas un bendecido comienzo de semana
    Cariños

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  76. Cute, cute, and I love the poem! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  77. Lovely poem and cute coloured dolls. I love it:)

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