Coat of arms
protects against more than rain
Hand me down coat
coat of many colors
turned into a Christmas Special
entertainment for the masses
Coat stuffed with newspapers
protection against the cold
on a New York sidewalk
This is just a rambling stream of consciousness poem that I hope reminds you to think about coats. Think about how blessed you are to have a coat and about everyone who is cold and without a coat this winter. I hope you will donate coats, scarves, gloves, socks, and other warm clothing to your local homeless shelter. Or you can join the #scrapgan movement and make scarves, blankets, etc. and give them out to people who need them.
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday and Just Jot It January is: “coat.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!
14 thoughts on “Coat Conscious”
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Nice poem about coats
This is a wonderful selection of coats, I like them a lot.
These are beautiful coats.It would be hard to pic k just one color!! 🙂
I really love this Evelyn. Thanks for sharing.
Very deep and sharp minded
i like the poem. the picture reminds me of times when i have gone into good will or other donation places, where i see lots of coats just hanging for someone to buy. these are the donations that people donate to raise money.
Theses coats are awesome I love them wish had money to buy one
Love the coats ! Nice review/poem!
We often don’t think about how important coats are. Today I know I will. It’s cold, and I thankful to have all kinds of coats. While I like a lighter weight, my daughter is always cold and bundles up in a thick coat and scarf. Thanks for the reminder on donating. We like to …pass it on.
Thanks for the poem. Made me think about old coats in my closet that could be better used by someone.
Hey, I like it. It has references we all can identify with.
As a coat owner, this is something I can relate to. Nice!