Florida Winter A Desire So Elusive Fifty-nine Brings Joy So we begin this years Just Jot January. Thanks Linda! Our prompt for JusJoJan January 2nd, 2020, is “a picture you’ve taken in the last week.” If you don’t want to share the photo itself, talk about it. If you haven’t taken any photos, talk about… Continue reading chilly desire
Quit staring at me! You’re starting to give me a complex! Don’t blame me if people are looking at you. What do you expect!? I expect people to mind their own damn business! But seriously Sue, what’s with the monkey face? These 41 words of sheer fictional genius (ha ha) were inspired by Sammi's Scribbles challenge… Continue reading talking to the monkey in the mirror
Birth and death unite A solitary cocoon Ashes to ashes Thanks to Ronovan Writes for a great challenge that made me think AND reminded me of one of my fave songs. Oh David Bowie, how I love you!! Ashes to Ashes
Silence, music for an introvert’s soul. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Holidays got me like ... Thanks to 6WSP for easing me back into things!
the key and the kite met the light of the heavens and the end was nigh Thanks to Linda and her SoCS KEY challenge. WE are the key! Even if Ben's kite story is apocryphal, climate change is REAL.
Am I throwing shade or seeing the light of day? No matter, farewell. Ironically after a long absence I'm back! Thanks to Linda for a fun SOCS challenge. Channeling my (not-so-inner) frustration and anger felt good!
Dreaming of freedom. Thoughts of bacon are banished. Steve drifts out to sea. photo by Jakob Owens via Unsplash Thanks to Three Line Tales for this wonderful reason to write this haiku style short tale about pigs (which I love). Short version instructions include Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt (& give them a title if possible).… Continue reading Steve the Pig
the valley hidden we laugh as we reach the peak denying our fate Thanks for the inspiration to Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge
She wondered whether the storm windows would hold. They were meant to keep out bad weather, not … well whatever was falling from the sky. It was funny she used to think the end of the world would come later. After she was gone. Not when her dreams were finally within her grasp. It wasn’t… Continue reading Climate Storm v. Storm Windows
Thanks to Freya for choosing another one of my haiku for her 'disintegrate' themed session. It's an honor. Please visit Pure Haiku to read it as well as many other wonderful choices.