Month: August 2017

Smokescreen Baby

  She was lean and mean a mere string bean She loved the scene at the local canteen A cup of caffeine sparked her routine She wowed her fans with her tambourine A silver screen queen and only thirteen  § This week the event is to Write a story or […]

Tuesday Chatter Weekly – August 14, 2017

“In general people put too much faith in the rich, the famous, the politicians, and not enough faith in themselves.” ― Bono Bits and Pieces TWA declares bankruptcy, the Minnesota Mall of America is under construction on 78 acres, Euro Disney debuts in France, McDonald’s debuts in Beijing […]

Alienated

Oh to fit in and be like the rest A bowtie smile and looking your best You continued to deceive We no longer believe You labeled yourself as an unwanted guest  § This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word guest.  Please […]

Tuesday Chatter Weekly – August 7, 2017

Welcome to Tuesday Chatter Cafe! Nineteen ninety-one, mother nature wreaks havoc worldwide instigating various types of weather events resulting in destruction and loss of life-Cyclone in Bangladesh, fires in Oakland, Ca, 7.0 on the Richter Scale quake in Northern Italy, 6.8 on the Richter Scale quake near border […]

Life on Hold

There’s this wise old raven Yesteryear was his destination Wanting to solve life’s equations Stepped up to the occasion But his memory was on vacation  § This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word vacation.  Please drop by and join the challenge […]