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.
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.
secrets locked away a heart forever frozen tarnished memories Thanks to Sue for hosting the #writephoto challenge and for her beautiful photo inspiration.
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.
One of my favorite Word Pressers (not sure if that's a legit phrase, but I like it!) has started a new venture called The Short of It. It's a wonderfully generous site where she gathers and publishes short-form prose and poetry. In her words: My goals are to find those poets and writers who have… Continue reading living love (for The Short of It)
sun lit memories of wine stained molten kisses warm the bitter nights as lips once burnt by fire still smolder in the mind’s eye Image Credit: ©2020 Padre Ramblings This wonderful photo sparked memories of hot European days and nights, so thanks to Colleen's Tanka Tuesday for the photo and to Putting My Feet in the… Continue reading memories
I will not cower from the fragments of my mind To feel is to live Image credit; Kellepics- Pixabay I'm feeling (and thinking) all kinds of things this week. End of the world? (Hope not.) End of TRump? (Yes please!) Do I have enough tp? (Are you kiddin' me with that question!) Will my… Continue reading I Will Not Cower
elated i lay under a star near the sea as hate drifts away Channeling hopeful thoughts. Thanks to Ronovan Writes and Putting My Feet in the Dirt for their inspiration.
reverie broken memories wet on my cheek a dream in a tear Thanks to Putting My Feet in the Dirt and to Fandango for two great ideas that worked perfectly together. Check out their sites for great writing and the rules of the game.
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.