Before you go, you should know I never expected you to be the one to lay my soul bare, leave me undone drive a spike through my lovestruck heartan abysmal gaping hole where nothing will grow but black thoughts trembling in the dark. ©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg
Photo by Dasha Semenihhina on Unsplash When the waning moon is but a sliver does it kiss the sky good-bye,and when the night is at it's darkest, does it breath a heavy sigh and blame the moon for leaving it alone with the twinkling stars?And once the radiant orb swells againilluminating the black obsidian sky do silvery stars and lonely night in unisonforgive … Continue reading To Blame The Moon
Good Morning Everyone! Megha has had another fabulous month. Below are the list of publications where her works were published for February, and she is kind enough to share it with us all. These are great resources for all writers should you decide to pursue them. Please join me in congratulating Megha on her tremendous … Continue reading Published Works- February!
The mysterious gloom is charcoal blackfor our luminous moon has disappearedstars no longer gleam and as we fearedThe mysterious gloom is charcoal blackFor our luminous moon has disappearedOnce dazzling sun lost and lonely withoutwith earth’s future now in serious doubtFor our luminous moon has disappearedOnce dazzling sun lost and lonely withoutthe bright orb to share … Continue reading Gone Moon
Kat is an inspiring writer and her cafe stories are a wonderful read. So read my dear friends! The pictures above, show notes people used to leave for random strangers who’d come to purchase a coffee or a latte etc after them! At my little café 6 years ago. The story started, when one day, … Continue reading Story From My Café Days — I Think A Lot
Gazing into the washed rose pink sky mottled with wispy clouds drifting by there on the wavering horizon a majestic steeple arisingabove purple fog crawling an omen beckoning and callingCome, rest within hallowed peaceful hallsyour prayers answered within these sacred walls. ©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg
Today's poem is a preview of Remy's Revenge which is the sequel to my book, Tales from Blarnach. And so they emerge from clay ice crystals gleaming in the sun as daggers ready to pierce the day shallow souls follow they follow Wicked ones bend ‘round the mist wafting through vents in cracked walls waiting for evil … Continue reading Remy’s Revenge – Michele Vecchitto
In his hands an ebony melancholia violinand a forlorn bow with delicacy, captivates as it pierces my heart with indigo blue notes seeking sweet solace, their place of restbleeding into the deepest part of my soulwhere brassy trumpets never blare or shineand wistful harpsichord’s music is forever risinglike a lonesome moon in the blackest of nights. ©2019 … Continue reading Melancholia in D Minor
And do you know my darling your fiery caress fuels this flame as my imagination leapsthe thrill of exploring your manly heat with my wanton searching lips, feeling your heart beat, beat, beatdesire unleashed, unencumbered, becomes a howling tumid beastyearning and aching for a slow release – As passion should be savored- tasting with eager tongues this exotic tea of … Continue reading To Savor Passion
Good Morning Everyone, I am pleased to announce that Christine E. Ray's newest book has been released. As many of you know, Christine has been a part of Go Dog Go Cafe since its inception. Please join me in congratulating Christine! Indie Blu(e) Publishing is thrilled to announce the release of The Myths of Girlhood by Christine … Continue reading New Book Release!