This is my second crack at completing the Trifextra weekend writing challenge. I thought I was finished when I linked up with my cheeky, smart-alecky entry, which you can view here. However, the entry never really sat well with me and I have regretted writing it and linking up with it. My nagging feeling was confirmed this morning when I was on Twitter and saw the excellent entry written on the blog called, Polysyllabicprofundities. This entry showed me what was possible with this challenge. Having the author's son read her own poetry was mind-blowing. Needless to say, it made my own entry seem small and a wasted opportunity to create something special, too.
Everything I write should be something I feel proud to share with anyone who reads it; especially my family.
So, in order to create something that my girls can be proud of, I have created a new post. Needless to say, I am disqualifying myself from the challenge but, hopefully, and more importantly, I believe that this better reflects how I feel about bedtime, my daughters and me, as a writer. Enjoy.
Cocooned in blankets of moonlight
and starry twinkles,
a gentle kiss is proffered
is my Love;
My shield to protect you
As you frolic in Dreamscape's realm.