It’s been thirteen years,
It was a year that
I realized my fears
A year that I thought
I may drown in my own tears
The memory of it
On my heart
burned so deep
I felt abandoned
And Scarred Continue reading
I have been spending a lot of time doing things worthy of writing about lately, or at least I hope they are worth reading!
One thing I’ve learned about writing and most especially writing poetry, is that you need to take time and some times extended time to immerse yourself in life, love and laughter to continue to be inspired to write!
I am happy to share that I have been feeling the desire to write resurfacing, so here’s hoping for some soon to be new inspired words.
What have you been immersed in lately?
Your denim and mine
Feels roughly fine
Divine Continue reading
Pretty and pink as could be
If only they could see
As she was gracious
As her hair curly
She was fiery
Feelings she left in her diary
For she would be hung
If she was found speaking of such things
Or maybe they would cut out her tongue
And splash it with rum
So she wouldn’t infect
The lack of respect
That being more than pretty in pink
Could inject Continue reading
After some time away and a fresh return Writings of a Mrs now has a new look and some exciting new ideas.
Oh and did I mention I am now a .com site!
I’m looking for guest bloggers to feature once weekly.
For those of you interested you will also see the return of ‘The Storetry’. I would like to have at least two more installments before releasing the first ‘Storetry’ Collaboration eBook!
I will also be continuing and showcasing Friday’s Featured Poet as well.
If any of the above interests you please see the tabs listed at the top of my main page for more information.
Please feel free to share your thoughts with me.
What do you think of the new look?
Crossing the lines
Between yours and mine
A flash in time Continue reading
She tried to live by the rules
Implement her Dr. taught tools
But it was a slippery slope
With only words as her rope
Observers filled with hope Continue reading
I’d like to introduce those of you haven’t heard about Read Tuesday to this spectacular event!
I’d like to thank Jennifer, Writings of a Mrs., for the opportunity to do this guest post. (*my pleasure Chris*)
The problem with Black Friday for book sales:
Every year when Black Friday arrives, customers do plenty of shopping, buying products for themselves and gifts for others. Stores offer enticing discounts, at least on select products, and shoppers stand in lines for hours before the stores even open. Continue reading
She is led under
As she wanders through the hollows of her mind
wondering what she will find
She stumbles upon memories of glass
That shine as bright as the suns first glow
Lined up in tidy rows Continue reading