Incubus

Originally posted on lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown:
image from the public domain Incubus The barker at the Carnival was handsome, dark and winning. One hand signaled passersby, the other hand was spinning round and round a roulette wheel covered with glassware jars around them, painted pentagrams of circles around stars. “Throw a…

Q&A: A Ray of Sunshine

” People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light within.” – Elisabeth Kubler Ross Hey guys! Hope you don’t mind that the tone of my posts have been quite bipolar. Dark…

River of Possibilities

Hiding in a boat Huddled together with my family Floating along this river where the children used to play What am I supposed to do with a childhood tragedy How will I know Will I survive this deadly trek I get so scared inside as the soldiers are shooting at us If I close my…

#Double Etheree – Payback Time

Payback Time Witch fixing failed potion outside her tree Crazed incantation Setting fire ablaze About to taste sweet revenge on the fling who betrayed her trust He unlocked her chest and stole her things Freely broke her heart into smithereens Her pet owl’s eyes are gaping in concern Tree spirits are materializing Raven hair dancing in…

#Contrapunctual Poem – What Do You Want?

Confidence… thrives on honesty, on honor, on the sacredness of obligations, on faithful protection and on unselfish performance. Without them it cannot live.” – Franklin Delano Roosevelt A Penny Mementos of Honest Abe Show me what it is like to live with Loyalty to your ideals To earn the respect and esteem Your Thoughts Remind…

Flower of the Day – 10.23.18

Enjoyed Cee’s maple leaf photo! Went for a walk at the San Jose Missions today to clear my head before class. There is a famous window called the Rose Window that was sculpted around 1775. A craftsman created the Rose Window in dedication to losing his wife, Rosa. There is a legend that in the evenings,…

#Tanka Poem – Lady in Red

Mysterious church Lady dressed translucent red Haunts the vacant floors Giggles when complimented Stylish spirit seems flattered In response to: Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge: No.106, #Tanka, #Ghost & Hollow, #Synonyms Only Song of the Day: Chris DeBurgh – Lady in Red Note: I took this snapshot from the fourth floor of a parking garage as…

Flower of the Day – 10.21.18

Happy Sunday! Hope you all are feeling refreshed! I’m enjoying my studies which are enlightening. Seasons are shifting gears in Cee’s FOTD featuring beautiful fall colors. Here is my flower in the tropical weather we’ve been having. The cold front will be heading here soon though. I’m bracing myself for cute coat/scarves/hat season! 🙂

#Fable – Once Upon a Time

“Time is the longest distance between two places.” – Tennessee Williams, The Glass Menagarie Once upon a time, in the enchanted woodlands the shades of green are subdued as orbs of gold catch the sunshine within the morning dewdrops that rest upon the blades of grass Golden autumn leaves burst into confetti as Thousands of…

Snapshots From My Day – 10.13.18

Hello everyone! I’m about to start a study intensive course this fall. Here are some shots of where I’ll be studying and relaxing for the day.  I might not be as active these upcoming months, but occasionally browse through your blogs! I’ve combined a few prompts which are listed below. Take care everyone! In response…