Tree frogs, autumn's songs Frogs courting cool hope Autumn's cool courting frogs Songs hope frogs court Paul at Paul's Poetry Playground shared a new form and it looked like a fun challenge, a word-based sudoku even, so much I decided to give it a try. image link here https://youtu.be/9bzotS1ow0Q
Disappointment lurks* In the eyes, in Smiles weighed down At the corners, Pretending to have forgotten. Pretty please, forget; Only it may not be until Infinity slips it out New gems in the goo. Twinkling eyes shine Making helium balloon tug smiles Easy again Now is never the Time to question... *first line is from… Continue reading OctPoWriMo2019 Day 18 — disappointment — Loop D Loop
Jim Adams is the committed host of Mindlovemisery's Menagerie Music Challenge. Jim says: The challenge today is to focus on [Walk Like an Egyptian] and use it for inspiration in any form of creative expression. Jim, I enjoyed your post today very much. What inspired me in it is the walking; the walking in music… Continue reading #MM Music Challenge — Walking this Way
Today's Celtic letter, “E” is dedicated to Eddie Vedder, who is at the top of my music pyramid. Today's song is one of my favorite Pearl Jam tunes of all times and that's saying a lot. Riot Act is the seventh studio album by American rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 12, 2002 through… Continue reading Coloring Club Plus — 10/18/19
Born of love and need to protect Mergered souls are flawed but perfect Safety in the darkest of nights Family is where hearts unite. Mainstreams have eddies of reject Dysfunction that we can't accept Ridicule sears, heat that bites, (but) Family is where hearts unite! Born from genes or proxy project Sustained affection and respect… Continue reading OctPoWriMo2019 Day 17 — family — hearts united and dVerse OLN
Per wikipedia: Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by American singer Harry Nilsson, released by RCA Records in November 1971. It was Nilsson's most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit "Without You", written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. The album… Continue reading Coloring Club Plus — 10/17/19
I can't think of a better term for it than radical evil. On a related note, my pandora radio has been acting up since my trip out of range this weekend, so I was forced to surf radio channels. I happened across a talk radio conversation where a person with the most pitiful sounding voice… Continue reading The Age of Radical Evil, by Chris Hedges — Rise Up Times
PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields June was reeling from her mother's comment about the absence of photographs of her. She let the comment slide until she could talk with her cousin, Sue. Sue's mom, Aunt Gin, had been inseparable with Mom. If anyone knew family secrets it would be Sue. June and Sue spent the… Continue reading #FF — There she is!
Photo by Mikechie Esparagoza at Pexels.com Dot loved getting opinions from everyone, but she had never followed anyone's advice; yet it was still valuable in that it confirmed she had chosen the right course of action to begin with. Billy begged her not to ride the Titanic. I wish for once she had taken advice.… Continue reading Twittering Tales #158 — Please don’t go!
ticking on ticking out out as gone out of reach reach before reach now now is all now wants you you are here you must act act towards act with love love is all love to draw draw it in draw while time time goes time takes takes past takes future future ahead future… Continue reading OctPoWriMo2019 Day 16 — Fading Out