No More Wars (Wordle 286) 2/15/17

Tonight, I share a flash fiction piece titled, No More Wars, and written for the Wordle 286 challenge to use the words given in your story or poem. I pray you will enjoy and share with your friends on social media. Read More …

Another Award…

The Epic Awesomeness Award   I’ve been nominated for this unusual award that was originally offered by  Charles French,   who describes his blog as ‘an exploration of reading and writing‘. The Bloggers who nominated me for this award were Millie Thom, Read More …

Ozzie and Harriette – Sunday Photo Fiction

Ozzie and Harriette Ozzie and Harriette were two ornery ponies. The fought and bit each other whenever together. Anyone too close was likely to get nipped. They got along well until Harriette took liking to Bonzo, another pony. Now, fighting Read More …

Old Tire Tale – Sunday Photo Fiction

  Old Tire Tale Did you ever wonder what happens to old discarded tires? I have an Old Tire Tale to tell. This one was just thrown out recently and is frozen in a snowbank. It will thaw in the Read More …

Cliff-Jumping

Thank you for the PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook Cliff-Jumping Cliffs fascinate me as I look down. Unable to focus my gaze on the sky, begin to feel dizzy and quite brave. Wonder what it would be like to  say,”One, Two, Three, Read More …

City Blight

  Thank you for the PHOTO PROMPT © C.E. Ayr City Blight   The City blight stood before him; not as he remembered it in his youth. He returned to finish his Masters. The neighborhood was rundown with litter everywhere. Homeless Read More …

Poetry, Pain, and Blood

My #BeWow and Writers Quote for the week: “Before it became poetry, it was actual pain. Before it became art, it was blood.” by Daniel Saint. I do a lot of writing of poetry, flash fiction, educational articles, inspirational posts. Read More …

A Bit “Daft”

  A Bit “Daft” “She lived a life that some would describe as being on edge.” Most described her as a bit “daft”, a little “crazy.” Once when she had divorced her fourth husband, all she had left were two buffalo Read More …