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Can You Do it or Do You Admit Defeat?
This week’s prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “-eat.” Use the word “eat” or add letters to it toRead more.
Being the rock star, the darling, the golden child Shooting through the sky like a comet Everyone watches to seeRead more.
Inspiration from a Dirty Plaster Wall
I was looking through some old writing notebooks today and came across this. The intoxicating scent of sandalwood and myrrhRead more.
Stick and Stay #SoCS
The prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday this week is “stick”. Stick hum…the first thing that comes to mind isRead more.
#BannedBooksWeek Celebrating the Freedom to Read
Please note: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission when you make aRead more.
What is that noise?
The incessant scratching. It is an awful noise like nails from the inside of a closed coffin. What is thatRead more.
Just woke up a few minutes ago. Trying to get myself together to get my day going. Fleeting memories ofRead more.
Spangly, Dangly, Sparkles and Fire
Statuesque and tan cut-offs and a striped tube top Long blond hair flowing as she twirls Tossing, spinning, twisting SkywardRead more.
Writing a Stream of Consciousness Exercise #SoCS
Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “all or nothing.” The first thing that popped into my headRead more.
Information Overload – #SOCS Poem
The Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “information.” My contribution this week is a Stream of Consciousness poem.Read more.
Just Jotting through January
This month I am participating in Just Jot It January. Basically, what this means is I am committing to writeRead more.
The Freedom of Brain Dumping
Brain dumping has freed me up from the confines I had placed on myself about what is a journal andRead more.
One Hot Typper #WordlessWednesday
I crocheted these fingerless gloves out of microfiber yarn. They are very warm and cozy on those cold winter daysRead more.
O is for “O Captain! My Captain!” of Course.
O Captain! My Captain! BY WALT WHITMAN O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship has weather’dRead more.
Q is for Quatrain
A quatrain poem consists of verses consisting of four lines or an entire poem consisting of four lines. It isRead more.
H is for Hunger
Squalor and Hunger are not twin evils Poverty and filth do not cohabitate Your domicile is not always your homeRead more.