little red riding hood knew all the stories had even met the big bad wolf but afraid she refused to live back into the woods she went she saw her grandma she heard the birds she fed the squirrel she laid in the winter sun home again her day well spent © 2014-2020 – Donna … Continue reading Back Into The Woods She Went, by Donna Matthews
I was never kinder to the old man than during the whole week before I killed him. His voice is raspy and weak as he pulls me in close. “My darling girl. My beautiful, darling girl. Why?” Rebellious tears roll down my cheeks. I want to be strong and stoic but I’m not. The wooden stake protruding from his … Continue reading Haibun: Monstress
By Charles Robert Lindholm Over and Over counting out the syllables painting with my words Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved
“An artist should create beautiful things, but should put nothing of his own life into them.”― Oscar Wilde He is an imposter, a fake. Who hides his true identity but reflects the feelings and emotions of the person he is portraying in the purest form. Someone who takes the form of a person, thoughts, ideas, … Continue reading Guest Barista Megha Sood: Who is an artist?
Welcome to another week of my interview series. Today I’m so excited to share with you an interview with my talented and caring friend, Carolyn Shelton (JoyRoses) who has been writing many wonderful tales for adults and children on her blog with Colin Chappell of A Dog’s Life (Stories of Me and Him). I interviewed … Continue reading Interview with Carolyn Shelton Writer, Author, and Blogger #amwriting #nonfiction #interview #author