Originally posted on Spreading the Writer's Word: The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! Sustenance by Naching T. Kassa Marco Calabrini stood in the shadow of a skeletal tree, squinted down the path between the tombstones, and cursed the full moon. It shone over his cemetery, silvering the marble and revealing every hiding place he…
The daily word prompt is Connect The daily word prompt can be used for a poem,story, photographs, art,recipe,song lyrics, letters,and you could even use it to tell us all a little more about yourself. Link back to this post from your blog or leave in the comment section below.
Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo: Joyous Living spirit Embracing each moment Illuminating my own heart Blessèd * Quiet My constant companion waits Guarding her space Ever watchful Silent * Loving Special moments Playing the fool In folly finding happiness Laughing * For Colleen’s poetry challenge
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Originally posted on Reena Saxena: I am unable to get Harvey Weinstein and #MeToo off my mind. He is not the first, nor will he be the last controversial figure. Trust is certainly on the decline. Arguments and counter-arguments will follow, and the media will get content without much effort. What and how do we…
Feel free to add your floral photo to the comments. This way we can all enjoy everyone’s flowers. I decided for the month of October I’m going to be posting flowers that have some sort of ora… Source: Flower of the Day – October 21, 2017 – Orange Bearded Iris and Friends
Rachel Poli Write a story based in this setting. If you use this prompt, leave a link to your story in the comments below. I’d love to read it! Happy writing! Twitter | Bookstagram | Pinterest | GoodReads | Double Jump View original post