the monkey gazes adoringly at himself as they kiss his ass Views are my own but thanks for the inspiration to Ronovan Writes and his challenge to use chimpanzee (which I subbed in monkey) and kiss in a haiku. *My apologies to actual monkeys, apes, chimps .... Cover Illustration by Tim O’Brien for TIME.
shining in silver lit by the dawn’s early light morning’s new promise Author's Photo Thanks for the inspiration to Putting My Feet in the Dirt for the lovely phrase prompt (lit by the dawn) and to Colleen's poet's choice challenge.
in hope we inscribe the page where the heart speaks words writ where all can see Thanks to Putting My Feet in the Dirt for the beautiful phrase: the page where the heart speaks words.
Thanks to Sanjunaa for nominating me for the Liebster Award. And sorry for the delay in responding. It’s been a weird couple of weeks! First off, here are the rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you. Share 11 facts about yourself. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you. Nominate 11 bloggers and make… Continue reading Liebster Award
together we rise against a darkening sky to awaken truth Late this week! But thanks to Sue for her Write Photo challenge and photo and to the WOTD challenge for giving me such a great word (awakening) to accompany the picture. Check out their sites for details and other entries.
dazzled by her smile and made dizzy by her scent his brain felt fuzzy Thanks to Linda and her SoCS prompt to use a word (or words) with “zz” in our posts. It's fun! Check it out.
rising together in harmonic convergence to share our voices Thanks to Ronovan Writes for the haiku challenge words (share / voice) and to Sadje for her What Do You See photo inspiration. It brought the idea of "harmonic convergence" into my mind.
secrets locked away a heart forever frozen tarnished memories Thanks to Sue for hosting the #writephoto challenge and for her beautiful photo inspiration.
glass ceilings shatter and chains of oppression fall granting space for all Thanks to Ronovan Writes for the challenge to write a haiku using glass and breaks (for which I subbed in shatter).
revealing secrets etched by times past and present the veil has fallen Thanks to Tales from the Mind of Kristian for today's word prompt (fallen) and to Sue for the beautiful photo of partially veiled hills.