Welcome to another Tuesday edition of my interviews series. Today I have another new interview for you, another talented writer, poet, and a Go Do Go Cafe Barista, Christine Ray. I hope you love her blog I have found it fascinating. You can check out some of Christine’s wonderful writing on the topics of Poetry, Erotica, Spoken Word, and for … Continue reading Interview with Christine Ray Writer, Blogger, Poet, and Barista from the Go Dog Go Cafe #amwriting #interview #nonfiction
Hello friends. Welcome to After Hours with Beth Amanda. Love to see you here. This poem developed rather randomly and on one of those days, when just looking at prompt words/phrases , suddenly a cohesive piece was forming. That doesn't happen to me often. I am good with one prompt. But putting several together sometimes … Continue reading “As the Moon Watches” After Hours in the Go Dog Go Café
We have had a couple of in depth poetry discussions over the last couple of weeks and a big thank you for taking part in the conversations. Today I thought I would bring a lighter air and a bit of fun to the Café and have a little poetry competition. Earlier this week I had … Continue reading Can You Write the World’s Shortest Poem?
I want to thank everyone who sent suggestions of pieces of writing for me to record for Spoken Word Spotlight. Ironically, I have had a fierce case of laryngitis since Saturday and couldn't record anything new for today. I hope you will forgive me for sharing one of my own pieces that I recorded a … Continue reading Spoken Word Spotlight: We Danced With Fireflies
Welcome to a new interview, this week I’m interviewing Sangbad Mitra a writer, blogger, and barista at the Go Do Go Cafe, where his interview will be simultaneously featured on my blog: Mandibelle16. For now, let’s get on with an interview with Sangbad Mitra and his blog: Thoughts of Words: Let the Words Get Freedom and Thoughts A Stage Credit: Sangbad Mitra 1. Sangbad, … Continue reading Interview with Sangbad Mitra: Writer, Poet, and Go Dog Go Barista #amwriting #interview #nonfiction
Today I introduce you to Vandana…one of my oldest blogger friends…
Today I’m presenting you all Vandana. She is also one of my oldest followers, dated back when I was at near to 200 followers. Her writings reflect her attitude towards life. She shares motivation articles besides writing poems and all at her blog My Feelings My Freedom. This writing I’m going to share is a thing that many speak on, write on. But, the uniqueness in her writing on this topic somehow attract me because the way it was written in the most simple yet intriguing way. So, please welcome Vandana.
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This was inspired by prompt that developed organically between Davy D, S. Francis and Chuck. Of course, it did take a little darker turn in my hands. . . Haunted hours When my ghosts Emerge from The ether Waltz In slow rotation Through my memory Music Only they can hear Skeletal orchestra Backside of … Continue reading Inspiration Wall: Backside of the Night
Inspiration for our writing comes from many places-- what is going on in our lives, what we are reading, watching and listening to, writing prompts and the sometimes the writing of other WordPress bloggers. Go Dog Go has just put up an Inspiration Wall to gather writing that was inspired by one of our Baristas … Continue reading Visit the new Go Dog Go Inspiration Wall
Up unto the sky Beyond life and even time My treasure is you. Over the night light On the far side forever My fondness is you. And in afterlife Farther than eternity My passion is you. I have been following the blog of DavyD “inside the mind of DavyD” for a little while now. I … Continue reading Inspiration Wall: Eternally (Triple Haiku)/Michnavs
Poetry does nothing, But sometimes it moves us… Like a sunrise or a song, Or falling in love. That ah ha! moment hitting us is The Holy Spirit moving through us, In all his glory, each time shifting Our perceptions, Unlocking one more door inside our hearts, Melting one more frozen heart layer… And finally when … Continue reading Inspiration Wall: The Ah Ha! Moment/Gilda Patricia