why poems? a bread crumb trail back to me what did I see? what caught my fancy? the cerulean hue of the spring sky a babe’s cheeks in the cool shade the bright red cardinal from the corner of my eye a boy lost in his imagination people watching behind sunglasses what stories will I … Continue reading Why Poems? By Donna Matthews
bursting wide eager to please us your white show reaching up serenading the blue sky warm wind the chorus © 2014-2020 – Donna Matthews The Shadorma poem is six lines with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable count. It can be composed with single or multiple stanzas. You can learn more about poetry styles here. Hey y'all, thanks … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Chorus, By Donna Matthews
Deliver me from this darkening plain, As I walk with ragged steps toward the setting sun. Pieces of the past now combine, Hedging in paths of hope once open. A guiding light do I need to breach each barrier, But flames within gutter between gales of doubt. I am torn between succumbing to the evening's … Continue reading Darkening Plain-Michael Erickson
It’s Saturday morning. My favorite morning today. I love all the mornings but Saturday is a wee bit special with her wide open arms of nothingness. Nothing expected. Nothing due. Nothing required of me. She just wants to hang out and let our feet wander where they will. wind cold on my face spring not … Continue reading Clover Field, by Donna Matthews
By Charles Robert Lindholm Why would you want to live with someone who's not in love with you? it is a simple question but I never could reply I never found the answer to the question why? I stood in the debris of bits and pieces and memories scattered about I looked … Continue reading WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO LIVE WITH SOMEONE WHO’S NOT IN LOVE WITH YOU?
Lose yourself in this waving sea, Taste less the bitterness of life. Draw back such scales of apathy and remorse, Slide into a rippling embrace. Become one with your chosen force, Reborn by living waters serene. And stand upon your hallowed ground, Centered in heart, mind, and body. Michael is a husband, father, writer, poet, … Continue reading This Waving Sea- Michael Erickson
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By Charles Robert Lindholm I'm sorry that I missed you I know we would have been friends I would have liked to have shared walking some of life's pathway with you talking about all the things friends talk about things that come into our hearts and minds and that have meaning and concern life is … Continue reading I’M SORRY I MISSED YOU
By Charles Robert Lindholm NOT FOR FAME AND FORTUNE HE HIDES HIS GIFT FROM SIGHT NOT BELIEVING IN THE TRUTH BUT STILL HE'S FORCED TO WRITE A TIDBIT OF AN INSIGHT HERE OR AN INSPIRATION THERE A FUNNY THOUGHT, AN INNER FEAR A DREAM OF LOVE OR A SIMPLE JOY GATHERED TOGETHER OVER TIME STORED … Continue reading THE RELUCTANT POET
Welcome to a new interview, this week I’m interviewing Sangbad Mitra a writer, blogger, and barista at the Go Do Go Cafe, where his interview will be simultaneously featured on my blog: Mandibelle16. For now, let’s get on with an interview with Sangbad Mitra and his blog: Thoughts of Words: Let the Words Get Freedom and Thoughts A Stage Credit: Sangbad Mitra 1. Sangbad, … Continue reading Interview with Sangbad Mitra: Writer, Poet, and Go Dog Go Barista #amwriting #interview #nonfiction