Monthly Archives: May 2015

14th Picture

My writing group prompt for this day was to take the 14th picture on my phone and write about it. In the middle of the night I counted my pictures and these words found me. Who knew the assignment would … Continue reading

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Five Years From Now

Writing prompt- Where do I see myself 5 years from now? Exactly where I’m destined to be. The picture in my head looks something like this. 5 Years That much further Retired, but not Yoga strong Writing life Cathartic gardening … Continue reading

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Life Renewed

  

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Soulful Sunday Beach Poetry

                    Kite Running Young kite runner Squealing with delight Captaining life’s metaphor Of dips and dives Careening, climbing Then plummeting  Before hope and fortitude Float you back up  To soar.       … Continue reading

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 Mama’s Love

My mother lost her physical battle with cancer on July 2, 2011 but her spirit remains in everything good and beautiful. When I need strength, I think of her.  When I picture love, I picture her.  I wrote this for her … Continue reading

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Forever Is Now

In terms of trending, I’m usually fashionably late to the party. That explains why I only just this past weekend saw the movie adaptation of John Greene’s “The Fault in Our Stars”. It’s a film I’ll undoubtedly watch again with those … Continue reading

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