This is my first first poem in this challenge, so I hope it is alright to post it. Today's prompt was to write a poem about an animal. What a beauty to behold! Walking through the forest, trying to rush my husband along, I looked down and saw a turtle slowly making its way. It... Continue Reading →
Like the trees in winter, let us remember to rest our bodies, releasing all the fears, worries, and disappointments of last year, leaving us rested, renewed, rejuvenated, and ready for a new season in our lives. Written by Regina Davis-Sowers, PhD for One-Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill: Spring is Sprung.
As I sat listening to the birds sing and watching the squirrels race around the tree, I stopped and wondered why humans think that they are superior to other animals, birds, and fish. When I reflect on the ways that humans treat each other, I question if other animals miss the abilities that we have,... Continue Reading →