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Tag Archives: poetry
Be still my Sister. Let me hold you to my breast, Feel my heart beat As it pulses in time with your light. Do not be afraid of the darkness, The night will layer your path With diamonds and stars, … Continue reading
The image below is from snatti89 at DeviantArt.com. For the visually challenged writer, the image shows a young woman standing at dusk looking at her smartphone at what may be a train platform. There is a large puddle of water … Continue reading
Roger Shipp is our host and you can join in with his challenge here This is from June last year so I’ve done something a little different to my last effort. Selected from UNSPLASH … Timothy Dykes I’ve lost count … Continue reading
Christine at Stine Writing is our hostess for this fabulous photoprompt challenge. I have no heart. It was stolen from me Leaving me empty inside, And I am But a shell of what I was. I can reflect others, Imitate … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our host for the Sunday Whirl Wordle. You can join in here Our words are; blackbird, flame, wind, time, cross, me, woman, meek, seem, creed, search, earth The vision will haunt me forever, A woman with flame … Continue reading
Christine at Stine Writing is our host and her picture this week is this: Image courtesy art-sheep.com/24-of-rob-gonsalves-most-beautiful-optical-illusion-paintings/ Under the stars of winter Watched over by trees of the night, Few would ever see her, As she snuggled down under the … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our host for the Sunday Whirl Wordle. You can join in here thirst, roots, feign, roads, chain, share, stories, run, breath, stars, apart, first My body thirsts for breath, Casting roots to the earth To begin life … Continue reading
You could hear the bells calling them to mass, Hear the swish of robes on the flagstones. The gentle murmur of prayer, The dignity of their movements. Standing in the shadows, Their presence engulfs all other senses, Their belief strong … Continue reading
Swift, Spellbound Water falls To depths below: Cascading quickly, Rushing, purifying Dancing ripples entertain Water nymphs playing and splashing. Hidden from the view of outsiders. Hidden from the view of outsiders, Water nymphs playing and splashing, Dancing ripples entertain, Rushing, … Continue reading
Christine at Stine Writing is our host and this is our picture this week. image: art-sheep.com/24-of-rob-gonsalves-most-beautiful-optical-illusion-paintings/ They came out of the clouds, Endless in number, Ships of the past Transporting to the future. Their cargo unknown, Ghosts on the horizon … Continue reading