Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
Welcome back, friends! Last week’s enthusiasm showed that we all love a good fairy tale, whatever our age or stage in life. Some of us took a different take on that picture. At what point does our perception change? Is it only creativity, or experience that triggers a different outlook?…
Originally posted on Musings of a Soul Eclectic:
Photo by Fabio Lange on Pexels.com Painted faces beam Dominating beauty scene Hiding shallow souls. Emily Tuesday Writing Prompt January 29, 2019: shallow souls https://godoggocafe.com/2019/01/29/tuesday-writing-prompt-challenge-january-29-2019/
Originally posted on I Write Her:
where once was substance a hollow shell in its place love bounces off not even a response anymore kindness is foreign after the tragedy of betrayal this voluminous space of emptiness is home now Inspired by BrewNSpew Cafe – 2/4/19 – Empty ?
Originally posted on Prats Corner:
Things we mostly love Positive affirmations; Else just empty life *** Linked to Colleen’s Tuesday tanka and Brew’N’cafe
Originally posted on Willow Poetry:
? Written for the BrewNSpew Cafe: Word/expression of the week – empty – (adjective) Grief physical separation endures your side of the bed empty vacant chair at the dining table alone on our loveseat visiting with you at the nursing home every second of every minute counts holding hands, enjoyment,…
Originally posted on Poems for Warriors:
There’s a hole in my pocket No matter what I place inside it I reach in and find it Empty © 2019 Jason A. Muckley This poem is a response to the prompt to use the word “Empty” in a poem from BrewNCafe. The prompt can be found here.