Where Did I Lose My Name? #poetry #travel

  Somewhere between LAX, Charlotte  and Baltimore I lost my identity in the airplane engine’s intake (or in the Starbuck’s line) I was sucked in spun about spit out on a cup what remains are three letters that don’t belong to me I finger them striving for meaning squinting for an answer “L” always a sexy […]

What Makes Your Day? #nablopomo #poetry #photography

  Rising with the day Reaching past the dawn writing you haiku with images I play connected to the keys sketchbook in one hand the pictures of our lives leaves in my coffee land The WordPress Photo Challenge this week is “Habits.”  What habits are part of your day??? I guess since I just hit […]

“Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning” #photography #poetry

Early in the morning the dawn and  I do rise looking as the sun peeks in my lover’s eyes driving toward a new day against a wakening sky longing for that first cup my keyboard, blog and I This weeks wordpress photo challenge prompts us to photograph what we do as we start our day […]

My First Cup #coffee #haiku

Inhale in the morn aroma wakens senses stirs me in a trance *** stirs me in a trance steamy liquid taunting me warmth between my lips *** Warmth between my lips the welcome kiss of my days longing for more Carpe Diem has a wonderful prompt “Coffee” and so I willingly join in. Kristjaan has […]

Have a Cup on Me part 3 #halloween #shortstory #microfiction

“We won’t have any women in our town soon” the police chief yelled as he “lost it” the next morning. “This guy isn’t consistent. He strangles some and poisons others.” “Maybe we have a tag along murderer.” The homicide detective conjectured. “What?” “Maybe this is two murderers not one.” “We can’t handle two murderers! This […]

Have a Cup on Me part 2 #halloween #microfiction

The journalists had laughed at the first note “Death will reign come Halloween Night.” No one laughed,  when the first reports got phoned in. All seemed to be the same cause- a lethal poison. All the victims were attractive women. The Times got a new note: “More Each Day.” No one, at the paper, noticed […]

Never Mix Business with Pleasure

It was another late night at the office. I had to get that damned report done and on the President’s desk by 8 am. He always had these last-minute jobs for me. But he had dangled the carrot – the promotion, the bigger office, the fat raise. The coffee was the way I liked it […]

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