“Similarities” (Poem)

"Similarities" (Poem)   notebooks scratchpads journals all obtain the words that linger  and visit throughout the evening hours, sleepless, images surface brighter than the stars that illuminate the darkest and loneliness of night Words phrases cliches' distance between two writers who share the duplicate pen creations are birthed and tapped upon a screen, shared for... Continue Reading →

“Essence” (Poem) What Do You See? #3

Greetings!  Sadje, of "Keep it Alive", is hosting the "What Do You See?" Challenge.  For the rules, please read here: http://lifeafter50forwomen.com/2019/11/11/what-do-you-see-3/ "Essence" (Poem)   sandy pillow onshore cascading rivers swell  blanketing, washing away sorrow marmalade skies to give warmth wild, wild horses galloping keeping with the rhythm,  the essence of my heartbeat, reading my journal ... Continue Reading →

“Reduced” (Poem) Thursday Write Photo Prompt: Web

Hello, Folks!  Sue Vincent has supplied yet another intriguing photo to inspire. For visually challenged writers, the image shows a suit of armor festooned in cobwebs, standing against a wood-paneled wall.   "Reduced" (Poem) Glittered majestically and deflected enemy arrows, a defensive shield of armor  fully encased metal suit hindered battles, many a warrior died combatting for... Continue Reading →

“Mom Always Say’s…” (Poem)

"Mom Always Say's..." (Poem) "Hustle your Bustle!  You don't want to be late for school!" my mom would emphasize, or... "Don't let the bed bugs bite", as I lay my head down at night... "Gee, mom... Thank's for the fright." Moms unique phrases used all throughout my life, ring true to this day and each and... Continue Reading →

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