dustbowl

Originally posted on words less spoken:
night sleep is hard to come by outside the dark it lingers on shadows congregate near the window as the whisper of the dead scarecrows no longer keep the fear of the shivering child whose recited all her prayers at bay

Denouement

Originally posted on awisewomansjourney:
Written In Response To: V.J’s Weekly Challenge #66 – Savour – This week, let’s consider what we savour. Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #273 – Forest & Whisper BrewNSpew Cafe Weekly Challenge – Scarecrow – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt. savour the…

My Book

Originally posted on Roland's Ragbag:
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com My  Book I am a mere page in history’s book. OK, half a page A sentence even More than a word, surely, And not just a letter. But, what sort of book? What genre best reflects me? Sums me up? Page filler or thriller,…

The wheels in my head go round and round

Originally posted on Unforsenities:
I wisheth I couldeth remembereth all the things that I think. I remembereth that I thought things, and, though the things that I thought are, theoretically, thtill there, they thwirl outhide my grathp. Thorry about that. Then I saw the BrewNCafe weekly prompt, Scarecrow, and this happened. Most of the time…

Mermaid Reversed

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
What is that mask you are wearing? I asked you to dress as a scarecrow. Is that how all men see women? Why do we get into feminist arguments all the time? We are dressing for a theme party. I chose ‘Mermaid reversed’. It does not fit into the given…

BrewNSpew Café- Scarecrow- 30 September 2019

Originally posted on Keep it alive:
Eugenia is the host of BrewNSpew Café. “Everything in life is unusual until you get accustomed to it.”?? ― L. Frank Baum,??The Marvelous Land of Oz Presenting the week’s prompt – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt. Weekly prompt – scarecrow?– (noun) –…