RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #141 Breeze&Blow

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Dinosaurs exhaled, breezes blown through eons past, purified by trees.    

Senseless Sunday #Sarcasm : Late

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Dingo Mutt:  It’s Sunday! Why is mom still in bed? Fat White Dog:  I don’t know.  Rottie Mutt licked her face at sunrise.  You jumped  around yipping in her ears, and I fell… Continue reading

#Caturday : Florida Winter Cat accessory

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Human wearing thick socks with her flip-flops.   A great way to warm the feline butt.

Tell Me A Tale: Finest Moments

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Originally posted on A Poet's Journey:
My finest moments happen when the beauty and power of nature joins with the music in my soul. It doesn’t matter if it happens in a…

99 word prompt : an art-like substance

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March 16, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) go down the rabbit hole to a place where art is not allowed. It could be a small story or a dystopian… Continue reading

Thursday photo prompt – Deep #writephoto

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click to see the writephoto prompt website He sat, back straight at the table, pulling his heavy oak chair closer to it. White hair parted from the left, framing a formidable face etched… Continue reading

March Writers of the #TMAT120

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TELL ME A TALE IN 120 WORDS March 2 prompt:  The finest moment of your life It’s hard to believe that so few people can point to the finest moment of their lives, but… Continue reading

Nothing wordless about this Wednesday

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A reminder as to what awaits me every morning Today’s foray into, “What the H#!!.” Every morning the first thing I do is open a can of cat food.  I know…ho hum. Not… Continue reading

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Challenge # 25 – clouds&spring

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  April promises radiant flower blossoms after a downpour. Spring, glowing behind storm clouds, offers the gift of beauty.    

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #140 Twist&Shout

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Ghostly, twisting clouds shout, trees and wires trapped in electric embrace!   I took this picture in February.  A tree had fallen on the power lines by our house.  I didn’t notice until… Continue reading