Monet and Poplars #haiku #art

  Gathering my thoughts my paints loathe to follow poplar dreams * sky color palette cloud influenced impression Monet found * canvas dry I miss my poplar print no more tears   Monet influenced so many writers and artists and continues to do so. The Carpe Diem prompt is “Poplars”

Cast Off #poetry #photography

Today I cast off my dreams leaving them on yesterday’s wake did I have the perfect form or was I making a mistake * today I waded deep into sorrow jigsaw puzzle pieces mismatched wishing I could ignite the driftwood you were reality’s dreadful catch * today I danced to a new beat loosened my […]

Don’t Look Back #poetry #photography #relationships

Those are my bridges burning in the rear view mirror deep breath  someday it will end Rocks to climb they are before us we’ll get hurt through life’s turns and bends put away the thoughts that are behind now that pain can never change keep driving toward tomorrow the clouds promise clearing rain then one […]

Daily Post:Sink or Swim #poetry #photography #dpchallenge

I was asked to do this alone swim the ocean while they all watched me carrying a stone * lap by lap each travail those I thought I loved held their breath waiting for me to fail * society wills the fall no program teaches me to swim empty promises thrown my way til many […]

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 […]

Dead on Delivery #poetry #photography #poetsunited

petals pulled away my heart spikes picketed into my soul waters that once so freely flowed dried up and blew away *** petals pulled away my heart love it seemed between us too wrapped up with a bow came dead upon delivery ** petals pulled away my heart words inscribed in red buried long ago […]

The Inheritance #microfiction

She’d known it the moment he walked in the door from work. It was the stain of pink lipstick that she always laundered or the scent of Beautiful captive on his wrinkled tailored shirt. It was different. Today his eyes said something they had never said in the brief months they had been married. They spoke of desire and […]

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