Category: Poetry

A Colorful Journey

My life a rainbow of flavors Cherish birds that sing and ideas with wings By and large, I seek the brass ring Believe no grey area will be Greek to me Best to be sly as a fox and let bad apples be Yep, battling egos are character […]

A Curious Plea

I ain’t ticked enough boxes to be a saint But let’s acquaint with my plaint Do I camouflage my self-restraint Or coat my soul with tainted paint In my slice of life, I long to be quaint  § This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 […]

Think About It

Preview changes in AMP (opens in new window) There’s something to be said about a bruised spirit  A memo to oneself to grasp a steadfast pivot Sheeple fret too much about being compliant Losing their sense of being self-reliant Fixed in a soda pop world shutters the mind […]

Societal Selfie

A senseless collusion creates confusion Visual phenomena or optical illusions Our inner boundaries flawed exclusions? Or wisely thought out conclusions  § This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word illusion. Please drop by and join the challenge at Patricia’s Place  Please […]

Tuesday Chatter Weekly – October 23, 2017

Welcome to Tuesday Chatter Cafe! Tidbits and Pieces- The Year 2002 The year 2002 is designated as the International Year of Ecotourism The year 2002 is also designated as the International Year of Mountains International days and years have been recognized as international observances by the United Nations.  […]

Trust + Worthiness

 It’s unjust not to discuss trust One of several social constructs A social reality no matter the gender Trustworthiness we must render To freely let the social dice roll Inadvertently will take its toll  *  Sincerity is from the heart  Truthfulness not a la carte Give yourself as […]