A first Slice of Life came out as an apology. Unknowing what to begin with, a poem wriggled out. If you haven’t the time or the energy or the wherewithal to figure out your way through my typewriter malfunctions (misspellings are my own), I’ve edited it below, with a few revisions, for your convenience and efficiencies.
Dear Reader I apologize up front as you make a split second decision to click on the link that brought you to these words. I know your day is busy fraught with to-do lists and wanna/should-do's, too your precious time is just that - precious. But, I just need to let you know there is no glitter or gold here no words of wisdom either or tips or tricks, hacks or shortcuts on how to do whatever it is you ought to do today. All I have to offer are random words from this old machine, she skips every now and then and is missing the apostrophe key But, oh she is quite adept at knowing spasms of delight, admirations and whispers of bliss or a split second moment of awe. So, it is with great regret and sincere apologies bad spelling and fading ink that you had to slow down to read these painstaking words on this page but, they are all I have to give. #a not so good poem by shari daniels 2023
I am participating in the twowritingteachers 31-day Slice of Life challenge this month. If you’d like to read the words of other Slicers, please head over to the Slices of the Day at twowritingteachers (you gotta scroll way down). 🙂