Month: July 2018

Flight of the caged bird

Originally posted on Fleeting Muse:
Open blue sky calls Trimmed wings flutter, flight futile Freedom a sad dream Lush green forest lost Berries, colorful, beckon  Greed leads to bondage Inside gilded cage Slowly fading freedom dream   Wings weakened, useless  Sad songbird mimics Nature’s music stifled harsh Captor rejoices  Wings spread one last time Freedom calls,…

Deadly allure

Originally posted on Beutiflee:
A delicious fragrance disguise the predator within Was I the prey, who felt the pleasure of your sting Your venom stained my lips, instantly I was hooked Intense contact, had the body shook I walked into a Deadly Allure  ? Spiteful you created distance, my mind was lost Your subtle approach, abruptly…

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  Hi there and welcome to the BrewNSpew Café. I hope you enjoy the coffee and useless but perhaps, useful prattle. And a note to all of our clients, pets, and selfies are permitted. “Defense is superior to opulence” – Adam Smith Word of the week– opulence (adjective) – great wealth or luxurious. Synonyms – …

Promote Yourself Monday- July 30, 2018

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
Welcome to Promote Yourself Monday.  All Go Dog Go Cafe readers, guest writers, and baristas are invited to post one link to one specific post (600 words or less please!) from your blog into the comments section below. If you post a link, be sure to read some of the…

The Speed of Slow

Originally posted on Alphabet Ravine:
I want to know the Speed Of Slow; I want to know To Never Know, to have no Known Idea. I want to know the beat that peace makes- Rhythm played by feet of horses towing Amish buggies. I want to taste the fruit of labor, ever savoring the flavor-…


Originally posted on KaylaAnn:
Hello Everyone, it’s time to do this again! Are you a poet? Do you enjoy writing poems until your heart is sore or until it soars? I’ve held a poetry contest once before and I absolutely adored it! It was a blast and I got to meet tons of amazing poets…

Concerning Phenomena

paperdoll people faceless selfies judgmental human oddities   nature unselfish flora and fauna adapt reflective balance § Welcome to Week 47!   Reena’s Exploration Challenge – Week 47 Writers love exploring inner worlds, which is but their unique reflection on the outer world. I am sure sanyasis living alone in forests or hilltops respond to…

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