“W” Wild Game by Newt Livesay

Maybe this should have been titled ” What the cat dragged in.” If you are stewing over how to get rid of that pesky corpse, a drive into the back country may be worth your while: A boyhood friend of mine whom I spent many hours playing cowboys, army or camping out in the back […]

Bright are the Bows Brighter the Memories #thepast #poetry #holidays

“Life’s memories are like packages with bright bows” ~ L. Moon I look at you from north, south, east, and west like a cat I watch you and wait sitting on the edge of expectation don’t pretend that you are inert you who shine with brilliant colors holding poignant the past underneath your cheerful bow it […]

Yellowed Christmas Memories #poetry #photography #dpchallenge

    Brown are the edges where so many fingers over years have creased  the words always warm Yellow still the Christmas star that brilliantly shines in my child’s mind over silent hill Golden are the memories songs long ago sung visits to the City of Paris beautiful ornaments they hung The prompt this week for […]

My Friend the Tree #childhood #poetry #photography

∧ Once a friend was a tree sometimes it was a “she” while other times it was a “he” I looked up to you and I sang to my heart’s content you never minded all the time that we spent Had you a person been you would have complained when on your limbs I climbed and played […]

Why I Left My Heart in San Francisco #poetry #photography

memories of a child filtered through the glass of the rainbow stained and etched color jubilee standing on a rocking bench bay wind lashing clothes and hair no thought that the waves and you so wee could make you its bobbing captive Memories of a child filtered through the glass of the rainbow grasping for […]

I remember… #writing #writingchallenge

memories cascading over memories caught in a 3 by 3 black and white image toddling in white the camera moves forward or is it backward capturing the larger scene tears that fall like waterfalls the smallness of her age cannot gather the drops in her bucket so she looks to the source and smiles sun […]

Looking Back #haiku #photography #art

Today’s welcome inspiration –> Kyoshi Takahama and  shutting my eyes me tsumureba wakaki ware ari haru no yoi shutting my eyes I find a young me found in the Spring evening Look through time’s window she pours over Tolstoy hearing him not me * Silent I follow quiet footprints mark my path traversing life’s way […]

The Rings Of Time #poetry #FlashFiction

Rambling  words at the beginning of  life infancy Eager to reach and stretch toward the sky adolescence Doating over little ones who giggle and crawl parenting  Watching as they went on without you aging One tight smile as they watched you wither senority Offensive  sounds with their stinging blades Finality Done was my time Timber!!!! […]

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