Hunting the Dragon

Blogophilia 31.14 Dragon Hunting Use lyrics from a song by The Clash (London Calling) & Mention your favorite childhood toy. (Bed, a little wooden bed that my dad made for one of my dolls when I was about five. My mom crocheted the blankets.) Hunting the Dragon We sit across from each other, the expanse… Continue reading Hunting the Dragon

Mondays Muse

Photo by Oliver Sju00f6stru00f6m on Pexels.com Blogophilia 30.14 Hope Springs Eternal Prompts - Quote Walt Whitman, and include an Aqueduct Feel late posting this week. Monday is nearly gone, but I want to keep with my posting schedule. Anytime I read Walt Whitman, my muse goes a little crazy with inspiration. The man was a… Continue reading Mondays Muse

Saturday Flashback

Photo by Henrik Pfitzenmaier on Pexels.com The falling of bright stars. So many people have died over the past few years. Grief is a part of living, and it is something we never become accustomed too. It is personal. It strikes each of us in different ways. It can inspire deep reflection on important questions.… Continue reading Saturday Flashback

Monday Muse

Blogophilia 29.14 Clouds in My Coffee Thank you Marvin for the inspiration this week. I loved this challenge. Though I did not find a Moby song to include, I did post a carbohydrate found in italics. 🙂 God Bless and have a great week. Photo by eberhard grossgasteiger on Pexels.com Allegory A dream within a… Continue reading Monday Muse

Saturday Flashback

A Little Bit of Poetry.... Originally written back in 2016 and shared with the community on Facebook and CosmoFunnel, (a site where artists of any caliber can share their work.) This write can be triggering, but it is a subject we need to be concerned about. Stay safe, hold those you love close, and God… Continue reading Saturday Flashback

Thursday Ink

Beautiful photomechanical prints of a Geisha by Rijksmuseum is licensed under CC-CC0 1.0 The Geisha Cherry colored dreams Drifting petals Painted smile Behind umbrella hides Beguiling eyes of innocence Smile sustained Tugs the heart String pricked to Tickle the memories Of romantic dreams Pink and cream Against sorbet sky Crickets sing into the night Ginger… Continue reading Thursday Ink

Tuesdays Thought

Can words inspire? Since I consider myself a writer, and words are my passion, I hope the answer to that question is yes. Words are how we communicate, express ideas, show enthusiasm, and learn. Sometimes I’ll be intrigued by a word I’ve never heard and go on a wonderful word search to find the meaning.… Continue reading Tuesdays Thought

Mondays Muse

Photo by Elizaveta Dushechkina on Pexels.com The Thing Unsaid Her back is tightHer lips are sealedHe stares at her leavingBut neither will yieldShe sniffs and shuddersHe crosses arms over chestThe distance between themA chasm, bereftHe curls his hands into fistsRefusing her appealShe understands, silentSome wounds refuse to healHe keeps trying to hideWith his liquor and… Continue reading Mondays Muse

Just my imagination…

Blogophilia 28.14 Hell Hath No Fury Prompts, Use a Clive Cussler book title and something you might see under a microscope (Sacred Stone, tiny animal) Hello Marvin and everyone. Ironically I wrote this before the Sunday Blog posted, but it seems to fit the theme so I'm sharing it. This is loosely based on a… Continue reading Just my imagination…

A Little Bit of Poetry

Blogophilia 27.14 Keeping up with Time Hello everyone. I'm sharing a poem I wrote a few years back. Some of you may remember it. I shared it on Facebook so this is the first time I'm sharing it here. God Bless. Photo by Viridiana O Rivera on Pexels.com To Be Perfect I want to unzip… Continue reading A Little Bit of Poetry