Throwback Friday – A Mother Watches Her Child from a Window by Stephen

That child wandered into the woods… again... Over the stone wall, over this seasons’ Pile of rotting leaves. Rain lurks about, An idle mist, an idle threat; not falling. Not yet. Does he have his companion? The dog who shakes his collar rattling Rabies and name-tags as if to ask Why they stop, home nowhere … Continue reading Throwback Friday – A Mother Watches Her Child from a Window by Stephen

Throwback Friday – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

a heart opens to let you in to let me out time is a salve that heals our old wounds scars will remain  the map is today don't get lost in me find yourself in all our moments our destination uncertain  as your hand rests in mine I will share the lead _________________________________________________________________ I originally … Continue reading Throwback Friday – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: La La Land

My January 2020 prompts are inspired by some of the greatest movie musicals of the last nine decades in all their politically incorrect technicolor glory. Even if you are not a movie musical fan, I hope that you find these prompts intriguing.  They are designed to inspire you to write a poem, prose piece, piece … Continue reading Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: La La Land

Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Into the Woods

My January 2020 prompts are inspired by some of the greatest movie musicals of the last nine decades in all their politically incorrect technicolor glory. Even if you are not a movie musical fan, I hope that you find these prompts intriguing.  They are designed to inspire you to write a poem, prose piece, piece … Continue reading Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Into the Woods