NaPoWriMo: Style from the Stylus

Well this morning I woke from an interesting dream: I dreamt I was sleeping and woke rested and raring to go.  Guess what?  I did. And I’ve got a lot to do.  Starting with back to poetry. Can I marry this prompt with a bit of Style from the Stylus?

…think of a single thing or person (a house, your grandmother, etc), and then write a poem that consists of kenning-like descriptions of that thing or person. For example, you might call a cat a mouse-stalker, quiet-walker, bird-warner, purr-former, etc. If you’re looking for examples, you can find one that Vince wrote here and a different example here.

So here goes.  A poem about my first fashion icon.

Feedsack Dresses
[tweetthis]As a child, she knew how to strut her stuff.[/tweetthis]
Born with Style


Yarn unraveled.
Democratic winker,
Socialistic thinker.
Great-lake resider
Red-head Michigander.

Sister to many, 
Friend to more, 
Daughter of the wisest, 
Mother, wife, and  Nonnie.
Always looks her bestest, 
Even at the wostest.
The Kelly Women
Okay, she’s not a red-head anymore, but she was. She was. The beautiful kind, with rich, deep color.
 Deanna & Mike
Deanna - 6
Daughter of the wisest.
Deanna & Swiss Guard - Version 2
At the Vatican, she’s gorgeous 
Deanna eating ice cream
She manages to look stylish, and spot-free eating ice cream on a hot day.
Look, she can even stay neat in white, while camping.