By Charles Robert Lindholm 2-8-2017 at 4:30 a.m. Porcelain skin so smooth so soft, so white beauty described with elegant words She shows up at all the right places she's seen so many faces we all appreciate her service she is a Florence Nightingale in your time of need And though you hug … Continue reading KISSING PORCELAIN (A EUPHEMISM)
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photo by Jacco Rienks via Unsplash By Charles Robert Lindholm Look Elsie! Erma was right! The grass is greener over the septic tank Copyright © 2018 Charles Robert Lindholm Inspirational credit to Erma Bombeck's "The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank" and Three Line Tales - Week 105 and Borden's Elsie the Cow
Yep, the bitch turned on me, I’ve been pretty good to her too. I took care of her, she let me down. Hard. While I’m not regretting the loss of my childbearing years, no, **laughs for hours, no, I’m pretty good with that. It’s just menopause is really not nice. Menopause is a screaming, unpredictable child … Continue reading Rest In Peace To My Uterus-Skinny and Single, Guest Barista
We have had a couple of in depth poetry discussions over the last couple of weeks and a big thank you for taking part in the conversations. Today I thought I would bring a lighter air and a bit of fun to the Café and have a little poetry competition. Earlier this week I had … Continue reading Can You Write the World’s Shortest Poem?
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