the guardians pine for whimsy and wildflowers but duty transcends Thanks to Sue's Write Photo Challenge for the beautiful photo and to Putting My Feet in the Dirt for the lovely phrase "whimsy and wildflowers." Visit them!!
Painting with my mind I imagine a red bridge Spanning the chasm Thanks, as always, to Sue for hosting Write Photo and inspiring a sense of hope. Visit her page for the challenge guidelines and great writing.
Virtuosity Denied by trepidation Solitary snare Our challenge is to write a six-word story based on the word prompt of “spider.” My contribution is a story AND a haiku. Check out the Saturday Six Word Story prompt for more stories and the rules of the game.
as the world transforms two minds and two hearts connect synchronicity Thanks to Colleen. This week's challenge required a poem using synonyms only for the word prompts of transition and harmony so I substituted in transforms and synchronicity. Head over to her page for details and some great writing.
always traveling the Romani girl looks back her heart in conflict Thanks to Ronovan Writes for the inspiration. Our words today were gypsy (which I have substituted Romani) and conflict.
When all is swept clean By the cascading water Earth will be reborn Thanks as always to Sue for hosting the Write Photo challenge.
the mirror reveals an incantation gone wrong nature becomes me Thanks to Colleen for hosting Tanka Tuesday and choosing the theme of "the day after" as offered by Elizabeth, from Tea and Paper. And to Sadie's What Do You See challenge for providing the perfect pic for my knotty brain!
Guided by the moon The undying sail the sea West to Valinor Image credit- Pixabay-Thommas Thanks to Sadje for Keeping It Alive When I saw this picture (for her What Do You See challenge), the end of the Lord of the Rings saga immediately popped into my head. So here is my (with apologies to J.R.R.… Continue reading the sea calls us home
finishing the grind as the kettle starts to sing practice makes perfect In honor of NaPoWriMo, this haiku is an ode to one of life’s small pleasures. For me it’s making our morning coffee. I love the whole process from grinding the beans to pushing the plunger on our French press. It’s an art and… Continue reading best part of waking up …
Something broke that day Another world beckoned her No going back now In my mind, this is a quasi-companion piece to yesterday's Friday Fictioner's piece. But interpret it as you like. Thanks to Sue for the great prompt for today's Write Photo.