The Year Dims to Sight #poetry #newyear

“I sit beside the fire and think of all that I have seen of meadow-flowers and butterflies in summers that have been”  Bilbo ~JRR Tolkien Lord of the Rings~ **** I sit and ponder,  last log burns lingering o’er fading light few pages now left to turn behind the year dimming to sight I sit […]

Time Passages #poetry

* Time… moves as the sun a round face with hands twenty-four hours marked if we are old we sit the young they stand heart beat quickly ticking signaling minute movements like a baby’s yawn early before dawn colors broaden light behind them  day is on time  ebbs the flow of the tide time waits […]

The Golden Key #fantasy #postaday #fiction

I was a golden key fashioned just after time was turned and I knew I had a purpose  but forgot all I had learned.  I placed myself in large  hands of those who perchance might  serve but one after another got what they deserved. And so I hung despondent  on a cold and lifeless  tree […]

Season of Decay #haiku #time #photography

rubbing sister leaves new endings, old beginnings color explodes  a time to reflect put away past pains reach for tomorrow The prompt for the first day of September at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem is DECAY. Where does Fall fall for you???

In Candlelight… #yesterday #poetry #oldage

Time stands still for no man and yet this night with dear friends anticipated for so long I look at my reflection in a bonfire of  candles I pass my finger tip through yesterday there is that moment a hush really  a red ball that I got at 6 rolls past the bell from my blue […]

Captive of Time #haiku #poem

“We measure time according to the movement of countless suns; and they measure time by little machines in their little pockets. Now tell me, how could we ever meet at the same place at the same time?” ~ Gibran   ****** Reaching behind simplicity opens its hand time is silent Carpe Diem gives us the […]

When Time Stopped #microfiction #amwriting

I remember it like it was yesterday – the clock stopped at quarter til the hour. I was on an outbound train going where I couldn’t remember That was the crazy part – no one remembered what they were supposed to do next. Looking back I’m not sure if we stopped when time stopped or […]

The Timeless Christmas Legacy (part two) #Christmas #shortstory

There I was all dressed and ready like our Christmas turkey. “What am I doing?’ I screamed through my skin. “I will be here with you.” My grandmother’s cheerful voice seemed louder than usual. I looked toward the watch and there  stood a younger version of herself and her mother by her side. “You won’t […]

The Timeless Christmas Legacy #Christmas #shortstory

She had spoken her dying wish into that delicate symbol of timelessness. As I cradled it, I hoped to hear her voice. I did… It came each Christmas Eve just at the moment she died; I would hear a small chime and then her voice. Then the next morning we would awake to presents under […]

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