Silhouette

MLMM - Photo Challenge #371 PC : George Natsioulis A silhouette of suppressed desires,chaperoned with butter skin,twinkling eyes and a flashy smile.What has become of me;Me – as swift as a doe andand calm as her eyes.Me – as gentle as a snowflake,and as warm as the twilight.Me – as wide as the ocean,and twinkling... Continue Reading →

My Truth

OctPoWriMo - Day 14 Poetry Prompt - Take some time to think about your truth. Where do your thoughts lead? Are there particular images or memories this truth conjures? Was it something you felt the need to defend or was it that something that fortified you in times of need? Your truth is a part... Continue Reading →

Heart ! – Shape Poetry

For OCTPOWRIMO Day 5 Poetry Prompts :Write for ten minutes about creating from the heart. When I made the above collage, I was trying to heal my heart (emotional not physical). What does it mean to create from the heart? Reach in and dig deep. Where is the center of your creativity?Word Prompts : Creating,... Continue Reading →

Behind those Eyes

Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge - Prompt No. 25 (STILL) This week, it’s the D rhyme line. Do not be fooled by the silenceTry to see behind those calm eyes.Smoldering and melting all ice,ember mines in full defiance.A kraken waits for violencetill held back it shall keep its calmonce released it shall change the realm.if your... Continue Reading →

Death taught Me

Free Verse Revolution : September Writing Prompt #3 If asked to a dead man,why he needs all those flowers,brought in for  the costly andcolor coordinated funeral,am sure he would blabber,just like a mad man does when talked to-that is if he could talk.Like ants trailing, one behind the other,men and women crawl with florals,singular and... Continue Reading →

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