Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com In the pale light of an autumn day, As the bells of a church pealed in the background, I leaped in your arms, Joyful to be loved and spending this moment with you. Written for Photo Challenge #333 from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie and the Three Things Challenge #366: leap, pale, and... Continue Reading →
Photo by Bikurgurl As she looked up at the heights of the trees, twenty-something Fiona grieved. Each year of mounting temperatures meant that it was unlikely that her future grandchildren would witness the beauty of the redwoods that towered over her. She love walking in the forests because the sheer height of the trees made... Continue Reading →
Photo from Mindlovemiery's Menagerie I had the oddest feeling of fear as I entered the courtroom. I nearly lost my nerve to testify. I sincerely wanted to see the gangster go to jail, but just the thought of drowning with cement booties on my feet as I sank to the bottom of the Hudson River... Continue Reading →
In the beginning, they are ecstatic to see each other. Both are hunters looking for true love.. Time apart nearly drives them crazy. "When will I see you again?," becomes a constant question. In the middle, fantabulous love doesn't have to remain so intense, silences become lovely! Talking and sharing heartfelt dreams and wishes, Yet,... Continue Reading →
Photo from Jayant Kulkarni on Pexels. com We'd had some difficult days, what with the storms that had lasted for hours, keeping us off the waters that provided our livelihood and soothed our spirits. But, now, the waters were smooth once again, and we could row out and fish for hours at a time, letting... Continue Reading →
The bottom is near! No ending to the virus. Caption: Wear a mask! Written for the Three Things Challenge #316: caption, ending, bottom. We have to get a handle on this thing, if we are to get our country back to some semblance of normal. Listen to scientists, not politicians!
Up the barn ladder! Spending our time together! Free to love at last! Written for The Three Things Challenge #315: ladder, spending, together.
The path to finding where we belong isn't always transparent. I have learned that the unexplored path that no one else seemed to take has always led me to wonderful places, helping me find a home. By home, I mean that place inside of us where we come to appreciate who we are and what... Continue Reading →
The day is ending. Pink sky casts beauty and peace. My soul finds its rest. Written for the Three Things Challenge #266 from Pensitivity 101: cast, pink, sky.
I shouted that I had baked a batch of cookies. Everyone acted busy and didn't respond to my call. Not even the hungry grandkids came for one, For they'd been told of my culinary shortfall. Written for the Three Things Challenge #259 for June 7, 2020: batch, respond, busy