If I lay my hand Flat against the surface, Palm down fingers dipping in the salty wetness, I can almost feel her moving. And if I hold my face to the wind I can almost feel the wisp, the whiff, her breath Against my cheek, tiny droplets fine and silky. I can hear her … Continue reading Slated for the Shadows
The prompt word for the day is comeback. Hmmm.... comeback. I appreciate the prompts, (I really, really do... thank you, thank you) but I am sure you will agree this is a difficult one. It will be interesting to see how other people traffic the word. (Prompt two: Traffic, my use of the prompt was … Continue reading Comeback
It is Friday and it is going to be a sunny day. I find it hard to drag myself to work, I want to watch the busy busy business outside my window. Planes and boats and clouds and sunshine. Watch the sun slowly warm Gravina Island outside my window. I stay a little Longer, drink … Continue reading Gravina Morning
Woodland White Birch bark Cool against my skin Papery, peeling Scars dark. Delicate branches Stretch towards Slate skies. Unseen, Tangled roots reach down, Frigid anchors In an icy ground. And it is hard For me to fathom As I rest my cheek Against the smooth Frosted skin of The birch That inside - -Somewhere … Continue reading Woodland White
This was a fun prompt! Just FYI, my husband is NOT the target of my anger! Nor is anyone I love. Morale is just so low where I work and this is how I felt after a meeting last night. I could not get out it of my head (prompt words: symphony, oasis, convenient, A … Continue reading A Touch of Perfect
The prompts for the day (Monsoon, Renewal, Energetic and Gullible) seem to warrant a poem.. one of them was tricky and a little embarrassing to fit in, but lets see if you can find the awkwardness. The Storm Will End We see a broken shore Slate slate skies Tempest breezes Touch our face Energetic, angry, … Continue reading The Storm Will End
Prompt: Reflection In this wet and wondrous world Where rain becomes Part of who we are, Tall trees are mirrored On glassy lakes. And reeds reflect in pockets of muskeg. The upsidedowness Of a mountain Or a boat On a windless ocean, A yellow daisy on a morning wet deck, A child's face Looks back … Continue reading Reflection: A Poem
.....is not gold. Prompt today: Gold Glitter. Glisten. Sparkle. Shine. What makes life Gold? Family and friends are the obvious first choice, but what is not so obvious, those little, tiny life details that glitter, glisten, sparkle and shine: Glitter, glisten Sparkle and shine. Glistening ocean Sunlight on waves Dance and shimmer. Sparkling water droplets … Continue reading All That Glitters….
This weekend was Mother's Day. My Husband left to attend a christening and to spend Mother's Day with his mother. I applaud this, I encouraged him to go. He is glad he went, I am glad he went. My lovely girls called from all corners of the world, Gracie from Berlin, Laura from New Orleans … Continue reading It’s Complicated, A POEM
Poem number..... Well hey! I don't have to number them any more! A poem for the heck of it! The prompt "Bubble." I could not resist. Summer Wonders I close my eyes and hear Summer sounds, Boats, Float planes. Children laughing. Dogs barking, Birds. Coming from the field, A ball hits the bat, "Ping" … Continue reading Wonder. A Poem.