Tag: Poetry

My Halloween poem Published on Spillwords – October 24, 2019 – Spooky Festivities

Oh, the wind how it wailsa lonely dog howlsthrough the nightcompeting with sulkingloons as they cry outguttural and eerie sounds.The quiet lake under the guiseof serenity now a hauntingblackhole covered in mist.Spooky shadowy figures,not friendly folk, shroudedin icy white convene withwitches and goblins planningand plotting their knavery.The inky midnight sky,air thick and suffocating,comes alive and…

Secret Agent Heroine

her name in the sky oh, an exceptional spy  clouds shrouded her cause In Other Words, spy… Your Daily Word Prompt – Exceptional – September 12, 2019 Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Her Name in the Sky – Kelly Quindlen my other blog, PoemsNSuch -Eugenia featured image – lovethispic.com

BrewNSpew Cafe Wrap-up – August 5 through August 9, 2019

teasing of nature happy dance before autumn betraying heatwave A vacation is like love—anticipated with pleasure and remembered with nostalgia. – Farmer’s Almanac Philosofacts Sharing this week’s BrewNSpew Cafe Wrap-up for the August 5 through August 9, 2019, posts contributed by our fellow bloggers addressing the word silhouette and corresponding image. prompt image – July…

No beginning and no end

There is no accident, just as there is no beginning and no end. – Jackson Pollock There is no accident, just as there is no beginning and no end Just as there is no beginning there is no end and no accident. Just as there is no accident there is no end and no beginning.…

Perspective

the world of science  an arduous and an incredible journey   applicable to the five Ws and H? an aha moment    and from whos angle facts, theory or fantasy? only time will tell Reena’s Exploration Challenge #98 Your Daily Word Prompt – Applicable – August 1, 2019   my other blog, PoemsNSuch -Eugenia

BrewNSpew Cafe -July 29, 2019

 listen as it nears a red robin deep in song beauty after rain July 29th is Lasagna Day! Did you know that lasagna is the singular for lasagne, a wide flat pasta? In recent years the terms are used both to refer to the pasta and the dish made with the pasta. Presenting the week’s challenge –…

BrewNSpew Cafe – July 1, 2019

summers sweet nectar happy thoughts in tranquil minds summoning friendship The farmers grind and whet their scythes, While hay-stacks in the meadows rise: Green fields and shady groves appear, And rip’ning harvest crowns the year. –The 1793 [Old] Farmer’s Almanac Word of the week – watermelon – (noun) – a large oblong or roundish fruit with…

Dimensions

facial expressions diverse layers of deepness personalities    artist renderings caricature masquerades personalities Reena’s Exploration Challenge – #93 Join me at BrewNSpew Cafe every Monday for the weekly prompt!  My other blog, ThusNSuch Eugenia featured image – lovethispic.com *https://www.behance.net/tolgagirgin99