Daily Archives: December 7, 2020

Revisiting A Childhood Memory

Written for: Sunday Muse #137 That old cabin of his childhood– now an ashy frame of forgotten time. Without windows, he could see clear through to the back. Trees were twisted as if they had given up. A pale sun … Continue reading

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Merry Hanukkah (for a two-celebration household)

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #315 Season’s Greetings “We as poets and writers eventually come to that “Hallmark” moment when we read a greeting card verse and say “I could’ve written that” or even “Why didn’t I write that?” … Continue reading

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Consequences of Ignorance

Written for: Sunday Whirl, Wordle #485 Words: sorry, familiar, earthy, train, skip, showstopper, scene, mass, plan, slip, sticky, spice They were sorry, son, that they had no plan. Slipped up when it came to earth’s mass. A familiar, joyous scene … Continue reading

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