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Elaine Sorrentino


hoofprints on the roof
I don't believe in Santa
must be unicorns

© by Elaine Sorrentino.
Used here with the author’s permission.

Elaine Sorrentino is a Communications Director by day, but a poet by night--finding inspiration in everyday things such as goats, cows, and Shetland ponies that wander into her yard. She says she is often most inspired at the least opportune moments: putting on makeup, driving to work, preparing for a dinner party, etc.  Elaine, who lives next to a farm in Pembroke, Massachusetts, tries to keep a notebook handy at all times, but has been known to text herself a line or two in the middle of the night.




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How fun!
Posted 12/24/2023 06:29 PM
Delightful and clever
Posted 12/21/2023 11:14 PM
Wilda Morris:
What fun!
Posted 12/21/2023 08:36 PM
Santa denier/fits politically in/ with current world views. Nice haiku. Randy Mazie
Posted 12/21/2023 05:34 PM
Lori Levy:
Says a lot about belief in 3 short lines!
Posted 12/21/2023 02:58 PM
Great fun. Minimalism rocks!
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Posted 12/21/2023 09:24 AM
This is a hoot...!! I love it.
Posted 12/21/2023 09:05 AM
Larry Schug:
Oh, wonderful imagination!
Posted 12/21/2023 08:10 AM
a laugh out loud is just what we need this winter solstice day 💕
Posted 12/21/2023 08:00 AM
Joan Luther:
Posted 12/21/2023 07:49 AM

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