Shy and Sweet #haiku #alzheimers

   shy once more sweet are the years’  memories what’s his name? * one red one black yesterday’s thoughts blow by whose shoes are those? Sharing this set with Ronovan Writes the theme this week being Shy and Sweet. Alzheimers is a tough disease that robs the present. Walk on yesterday’s path with these folks […]

Playing the Harp #poetry

  meld rosewood and sinew to one harp knowing each caress  stroke fire into song  fingers, loving press practice lasting long  night melody persists  moonlit arias never gone  pause for noted rest  crescendo dance with dawn musician and instrument one *** Tension in the strings notes crash against the shore concentric circles * Today’s prompt […]

They Say Laughter Heals #poetry #photography

It’s written somewhere: “all the world’s a stage” for most of the ship’s bells I feigned my parts well putting on the costume required the chameleon of your choice “at your service sirs and ma’am” smiles on a tray, kudos close at hand to stroke the narcissus bloom “mental instability” because I didn’t rub your lantern […]

The Knot #poetry #photography

It was tied just tight enough held the boats  moored during a storm allowing them to freely float It was tied just tight enough when they said “I do” to allow for freedom of love without mind control on cue It was tied just tight enough the family a happy bunch celebrations a frolic memories […]

A Memory “M” #atozchallenge #poetry

  Loose letters compose a written memory… “Look back to a fragrant past  but sadly one that didn’t last not a promising future there will never be removing that circular band you set me free.”  tear streamed  I walk facing heartache of the day why so long did I stay? circling about the regrets I write […]

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 […]

Extinguished … #poem

He will never read the notes in her heart His cold love already warm in the arms of another *** She will never feel the passion of love it shattered like ice before she could unveil a beating heart *** He will never hear sweet lover’s  whispers racing hearts “Fill me with warmth darling I […]

What will this day hold??? (One Shot Poetry)

On this day I am faced with a barrage of questions … Who is that  in the mirror? How can it be? How did I get here? Is the little girl a woman now?? I was in a  dream dressed in white long dark hair on top of my head I wore  a veil the […]

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