too damaged to care her smile hiding heartbreak charming to the end Thanks to Ronovan Writes. Our words of inspiration this week are charm and harm (for which I substituted damage). Visit the site for more great writing and the rules of the game.
my imprisoned heart consecrated by your love once whole, now broken This broken shard of pottery embellished with (what looks to me like) hearts immediately brought to mind the end of something—love or perhaps even obsession. All things end. Sometimes that’s not a bad thing. And sometimes it is. Take your pick. Thanks to… Continue reading broken heart
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.
She planned to go at first light. But as the rays filtered through the slats, she felt a moment of doubt. No! It had to be now. If she didn’t go now, she’d never go. Her ‘no’ spun into a maybe until it was a yes. Then she’d be stuck. Forever. No! Now beckoned.… Continue reading Following the Sun
falling for Peter Tinker Bell took a tumble and her light went out This fun little haiku (or this statement on the dangers of falling for an immature emotionally stunted man-child) was inspired by Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge (tumble / tinker).
Yearning for closure To repair my broken heart But the hole remains Both the lovely photo and the word prompt (yearning) inspired a sense of longing in me so thanks to Sue's Write Photo Challenge and Tales from the Mind of Kristian for giving me a chance to explore that feeling.
a violet stone where my lilac heart once beat veiled by purple haze Thanks to Putting My Feet in the Dirt for the Writing Prompt
blue skies and blossoms ~ lacking the malice to mock ~ fool a lover’s heart ~ ~~~~~~ Thanks to Ronovan Writes and Putting My Feet in the Dirt