Throwback Friday – Runaway Train – Michele Vecchitto

Sharing a post from 2016 Can’t get off this train barreling down tracks skewed a little to the left, to the right Meticulously laid by those who create the future while running from the past In-depth plans malleable trusting in blind faith and blank stares of willing riders unaware as they crash photo: Pexels prompts: … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Runaway Train – Michele Vecchitto

Throwback Friday – Singing to another tune – Eugenia

some folks well-spun walking while chewing gum splashes of passion destination addiction is life fact or fiction why no contradiction we still got inflation they didn’t get the memo livin' high and mighty a no no either way, costs keep rising same old song not surprising listen put your ear to the ground let's prove … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Singing to another tune – Eugenia

Throwback Friday: Charlottesville, Virginia August 12, 2017 – Christine E. Ray

  my survivor’s brain does not try to process man’s inhumanity to man whole anymore it scans the image trying to make sense of the puzzle pieces a car bodies frozen in flight accidental aerialists a beautiful tattoo on a contorted back black truck parked to the right the horrified and incredulous looks on the … Continue reading Throwback Friday: Charlottesville, Virginia August 12, 2017 – Christine E. Ray

THROWBACK FRIDAY – Linda Lee Lyberg – What Matters

Hushed whispers of the turning pageLeaden weight of the words in my hands.As shadows dance on textured wallsThe story unfolds in endless wavesAnd my mind once shackled, now freeOf heavy chains binding me to this life.Surrounded by books for they’ve become my lifeNever tiring of thoughts on the written pageFor words are ancient keys to … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY – Linda Lee Lyberg – What Matters

Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – Man Enough – Eric (EDC Writing)

My senses are overwhelmed, my emotions raw, my agony real, I so need you. I gasp, the pain cuts deep into my heart of having to accept that there is nothing I can say to bring you close to me, to see, to touch, to hold, to kiss. I thought I could find the words … Continue reading Throwback Friday – His & Her Words – Man Enough – Eric (EDC Writing)