“The dragonfly exists because it exists and for no other reason.” ― Marty Rubin My love is the cool autumn breeze whistling through flame coppered leavescaressing your furrowed brow, and calming your worried heart My love is the blue dragonfly flitting in blush morning airmy love is the brilliant sun shiningon delicate iridescent wingsMy love is the grey mockingbirdsinging from high … Continue reading My Love is the Blue Dragonfly
Heartbroken, she now forever resigned For alas her sorrow had come to stay No bells were tolling, no telling signs No hooting owl on that bitter cold day, When a fragile heart stopped and the world went grey She walks at night praying to see his face in the pale moon And looks for his … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY- Linda Lee Lyberg- Grey
Hello Everyone! Please join me in congratulating Megha on another fabulous month of published work. Megha is kind enough to share the list with us as they are a wonderful resource should you decide you want to submit your own work. CONGRATULATIONS! Following is the list of print publications for the month of September 2019. … Continue reading Published- Megha Sood
He captivated me with his voice singing clear and strong, While his fingers strummed a melody on the beat up guitarOne look into his bluest ocean eyes, so crystal calmAnd I fell… And I fell…And I fell…Although the time we loved exploded like a brilliant shooting starLeaving jagged scars…Leaving jagged scars…The only memories left are the … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY- Linda Lee Lyberg- And I Fell
Source: Beverly Dyer She gathers feathers and broken blue eggs, discarded treasures from the birdsA shadow box of wispy memories are proof that life endures.
Cool days delicious breeze recites the whispering of my Autumn soul longing to Be free as the saffron leaves floating in mid-air, graceful dancing in reverie The leaf ©2018 Linda Lee Lyberg
“She didn’t quite know what the relationship was between lunatics and the moon, but it must be a strong one, if they used a word like that to describe the insane.” ― Paulo Coelho, Veronika Decides to Die I drank the delicious moon one dark balmy night as it flowed from the celestial blue sky, An illuminated river of planets … Continue reading I Drank the Moon
As the sunset racesacross the lush lawn,he knows the time will sooncome when he willhold her in his arms. A gentle breeze whispersthrough the cypress trees,as he sets the dinner tablewith hope she is pleased. Two luminous crystal glassesglow with candlelightan elegant bottle of redcasts a long shadow onto white...Cloth he has smoothedwith his calloused handsand napkins folded … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY- Linda Lee Lyberg- J’attendrai
Good Morning All- Megha recently shared with me her published works for June, July, and August. As you can see, she has been quite busy! Please take a moment to check out her published works, and also congratulate her on her accomplishments. And remember, these are great sources for YOU to be published should you … Continue reading Published- Megha Sood!
Seamstress@catschappach “That’s what careless words do. They make people love you a little less.” ― Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things The poisoned words slithered in and out of loose threaded seams, re-opening old wounds with venomous fangs.Soon, she realized all she needed to do was double-stitch them up tight so the words would never get through.But words have an uncanny … Continue reading The Words