Join us for Colleen’s weekly Tanka Challenge. This week’s prompt words… Clouds and Spring
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Several years ago, my good friend Bruce told me that I was finally going to get to meet her mother. She was dropping by to pick up some crystals Bruce had bought for her. In case you’re wondering, I did ask Bruce if, by any chance, she had been named after a family member […]
This was published once before, but circumstances in my life at the moment – in this Mercury Retrograde and Age of Aquarius moment – urged me to share this one again. It might sound crazy, but I think this is one of the most important poems I’ve ever written. BURIED, DEEP. Note: OK, so having […]
Join us for Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday: Prompt words – Fog and Change Great choice of words to get the little grey cells in my brain working! 😀 Thanks, Colleen! ♥ Photo courtesy of Pixabay.com
Everybody in the REAL WORLD knows that the answer to ‘the meaning of life’ is NOT really ’42.’ It’s Dragons. One of the only comforting things about being known as a fruitloop is that I can TELL you this stupendous nugget of truth without any chance of my revelation backfiring on me. You’ll read it, […]
Seek not for meaning In the vastness of the sky Barren worlds of ice and fire, For no magic thrives Where the Dragons have not trod.
BEAUTY When I see beauty, Just the sight Makes my stomach ache Like a twisting knife. Tears spring to my eyes And my heart races, Trying to save the vision For sadder days. If I love you, You are pure beauty to me I feel this way when I see your face.
Join us for Writer’s Quote Wednesday over at Silver Threading! Check out Colleen’s fabulous Fall poem. ♥ This year, especially, I begrudge the start of Autumn. After breaking my hip 4 weeks ago, I felt as if I was forced to merely observe the second half of summer through shaded glass, from a hospital […]
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There is no harm in sticking with a good thing. Once you’ve written and published your book, that doesn’t mean that you have to forget the people who live in it forever, and move on to something totally brand new and original. You can write about them again. Maybe…