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Perfectly charming🙂 Big smile
Indeed a most charming poem!
Thanks Diana, Hope, & Charles. Mistletoe can certainly make the holidays interesting😉 lol
Cherries? Ain’t you supposed to use mistletoe? (LOL!)
Nice 55, Adam!
P.S. – I never did hear back from that guy. Guess he wasn’t impressed?
LOL I haven’t sent them yet. Still sorting through a million and one life changes at the moment. You should hear fairly soon. That’s my fault.
Nice poem. I tasted cherry.
LOL Ah, the power of mistletoe should not be underestimated! Cheers, Lawrence
Well, guys…I don’t know how you obtain your mistletoe, but down here in the south…we shoot it with a shotgun out of tall oak and pecan trees. I am a rotten shot, and live in urban Atlanta….so you can guess where my birdshot goes….LOL~
Good poem, Dustus…
Ahahahaha… Lady Nyo, based on your poetry, never figured you carried firearms. Then again I lived many years in TN. lol Cheers
The perfect gift for the one who has everything
thanks Adam – glad you made it
LOL Well, creative presents are warranted when credit cards are maxed… so I’m told. lol cheers. Moonie
That’s really quite enchanting, Adam. Thanks🙂
Glad you liked it🙂 TY
Aw, delightful one for the holidays! Behold the power of the mistletoe, if you are so lucky…cheers, man.
LOL wise words. Cheers, G
Goes to show planning has its rewards! Happy Holidays, Adam
this was sweet ♥ cute and simple : )
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