6 Word Poetry #85

I will share new six-word poems with you each Monday AND if you leave one in the comments, I will share it the following week & tag your blog.

Enjoy this week’s offerings.


One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six
Uno, Dos, Tres, Cuatro, Cinco, Seis
Ichi Ni San Shi Go Roku - 
一 二 三 四 五 六
Ena dýo tría téssera pénte éxi - Ενα δύο τρία τέσσερα πέντε έξι


Jesus brings peace to interpersonal conflict. – davidsdailydose

Calming even the most savage beast*


It’s hard to only give six,
(at least for me it is)
Words can say so many things;
To lift the spirit of man,
Considering what can be said within.
Carefully, thoughtfully spoken, giving hope again. – pcviii03

I agree with you, my friend
Using concise words can be precarious
How do I edit my thoughts
But still fully express my heart
Ponder…write…edit…reread…edit again
Press the publish button and relax*


Thank you Barb for tagging us
On your very delightful blogging space
Bless your kind sharing so graciously
And encouraging we write more poetry 💞💐- sherryvycitalyork

You’re most welcome my dear friend
For a balanced life…add fun
By lifting up others with love
We can all become better…right?!*


What a fun idea! Love these 😄- Jennifer Arimborgo

I am glad you joined in!*


*These are my 6-word responses to comments from the previous week.


  1. Jack nimbly climbed the sunflower stalk
    The prize in sight his aim
    Reaching long up its full height
    Plucked a flower head quite clean

    “Come look and see,” husband exclaimed
    “He’s grabbed it with his mouth”
    Us too slow from laughing hard
    Lost pic of Jack going south

    With a scamper, a victory hop
    Mouth stuffed full with flower head
    Jack swished his bushy tail then
    Across the arbor fence he fled

    Stopping once to taste his prize…
    Could the mystery be finally hacked?
    Who planted those surprise flower seeds?
    Was it our friend Squirrelly Jack?

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