Life was a muddle. No hope for a change to come. Then, your love saved me. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #149 from Sammicribbles: Muddle om 16 words exactly.
Locked down and alone. Busyness ground to a halt. Time for reflection! Written for Heeding Haiku with Chevrefeuille from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie: lock down.
Strolling down the streets of Paris years ago, I felt like I had walked those streets before. It was a weird feeling of deja vu like no other, But I'd never visited this place I so adored. The buildings seemed somehow very familiar, And I could find my way easily to every place. The electricity... Continue Reading →
Douglas still works part-time at the local home improvement store, and, even though he is in the at-risk age group, his managers insist he must come to work. Because I have a heart condition and I only have half a left lung, my husband decided that we should stay apart in the same house, to... Continue Reading →
Response to Mindlovemisery's Menagerie's First Line Friday, March 13. The prompt is in bold. This one was easy, as my husband went to sleep in the symphony and had to be removed. If the music didn’t get any better he was going to the take that pill Kelsey kept offering him. He couldn't abide classical music,... Continue Reading →
We are aked to write a post, using the theme of isolation, for Reena's Exploration Challenge #126. Here is mine: Isolation feels like safety to my hurting heart. I just need to escape the inhumanity of others. I stay nestled in my home, away from everyone, From the harmful words they use, I take cover.... Continue Reading →
Pain in the right hip. Can't ape a funky monkey! Sitting still today! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Petry Prompt Challenge #296: hip and ape (funky and monkey).
Photo by anouar olh on Pexels.com Jonathan, the boat owner, refused to join the us in the ocean, saying that he had too many daily chores to finish for such nonsense as enjoying himself. We were unhappy that he couldn't see that sometimes you have to put the concerns of daily life aside and just enjoy... Continue Reading →
I am having withdrawal symptoms at the thought that traveling the world has basically come to a halt. Being in the age group most likely to die from the coronavirus, Douglas and I had decided to travel in the United States this year by car to see Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Boston. But now,... Continue Reading →