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#MM — Sunday Writing Prompt “Spiritual Quest” — Isis Saves Her Clan (long)

image link Loon's Tranquil Shore by James Williamson The Wolf Clan had been friends with the Loon Family for as long as the sun and the moon decided to share the sky. The loon followed the sun as God and the wolves followed the moon as Goddess, but there was no conflict as these two… Continue reading #MM — Sunday Writing Prompt “Spiritual Quest” — Isis Saves Her Clan (long)

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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION” Challenge! CREATIVITY!

For the prompt on creativity, I picked out some quotes by creative people and will include a sample of their work.  These are people who walked the talk. “Creativity takes courage. ” ― Henri Matisse "Nude in White Turban" by Henri Matisse “Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your… Continue reading FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION” Challenge! CREATIVITY!

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The Life of a Simple Cobbler

Shoemaker At Work is a painting by Farideh Haghshenas Renaldo was a cobbler by trade, just like his father before him and his father before him. Renaldo had lived in the same town as his forbears. He went about his daily activities with a certain comfort. There was a dearth of surprises in Renaldo's life,… Continue reading The Life of a Simple Cobbler

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #92 –Crossover

For crossover, there are only a couple of things I can think of (aside from the concept of crossing over from life to death.) One is a crossover brassier, where the fabric crosses over and serves to lift and separate to give support. The other is when tying boats up to a dock there is… Continue reading Reena’s Exploration Challenge #92 –Crossover

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Justice for the Fookers (long)

image link It was the 50th anniversary of the day the Governor of Whosville, Foul Fooker, gave the order to the State troops to fire randomly into protesting students and other students walking on the campus of Higher Ed U. Myra Madison, age 70, lost her sister, Nancy, that day. Nancy was leaving her honors… Continue reading Justice for the Fookers (long)

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The God of Bubblegum Mountain

image link He told me God lived on Bubblegum Mountains, the strawberry peaks that greeted the sun first each morning in the summer. Naive I was but I had a few questions for The Almighty so I set off across meadows filled with flowers and grains, streams with boulders and crawdads, then across a sweltering… Continue reading The God of Bubblegum Mountain

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dVerse — quatrain — Dark Angel

Cixi, taken by Yu Xunling ca. 1890 At age of five became I blind Bad nerves to blame that made me scream Cursed I our God for act unkind Yet all, my friend, 'twas not as seemed The act upon heaped thoughts unkind Turned out to have a brighter theme Through haunts did stray the… Continue reading dVerse — quatrain — Dark Angel

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50 Word Thursday — Hungry for Beans

As the smiling tourist had his photo taken with the exhibit's totem leader, neither the tourist nor his friend noticed the wall totem poles inching closer. It was only looking at the snapshots on the phone that they both looked up.... just in time to realize they were surrounded in a cage of wood. The… Continue reading 50 Word Thursday — Hungry for Beans

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I Believe in Bernie

“Bernie! Bernie! Bernie! Bernie!,” chanted the crowd. Bernie Sanders had just been declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential election in the United States. Two months earlier, the former POTUS had been impeached and then tried and convicted for a stream of federal crimes that lead to his being put on ice at Sing-Sing until… Continue reading I Believe in Bernie

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#FF — Terminal

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields Terminal Left doctor's office with the news, I won't wear out this pair of shoes. Another Spring I'll never see, Way station to eternity. If you're to say goodbye to me Please do it now, flight leaves at three. So many things I want to say To you, my love.… Continue reading #FF — Terminal