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Category Archives: Poetry
Sue Vincent has given us a fabulous relaxing photograph to work with this week. It reminds me of some spectacular gardens open to the public in my home town. For visually challenged writers, the image shows a rather oriental red … Continue reading
For visually challenged writers, the image shows a pale sun piercing the mists above a green path through a golden field, leading into the centre of a circle of stones. All is quiet, nothing stirred, The sun above, blanketed and … Continue reading
You did us proud for many years, Burning holes and causing tears, Melting nylon, wrinkling silk, Singeing whites the colour of milk. Too hot for some, others too cold, Sometimes you were so hard to hold: But pressing across, up … Continue reading
Here are our word choices today…………… tough or what? Withershins– in a direction contrary to the natural one, especially contrary to the apparent course of the sun or counterclockwise: considered as unlucky or causing disaster. Brouhaha– excited public interest, discussion, … Continue reading
Come with me To a place beyond dreams And the stars, Where the forest embraces And protects, Its lush green path A carpet of wishes. Touch the impossible, Caress the magical, As dragons and unicorns Feed side by side. Listen … Continue reading
Thanks to Sue for providing us with another of her photos. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/3193846/posts/2691773223 For visually challenged writers, the image shows a calm seascape in half-light, with a pathway of stone leading through the waters towards the horizon. Look beyond, and under. … Continue reading