Those lovely folk over at Spillwords have very kindly published another one of my poems today and I can’t thank them enough! If you’re a poet or a writer of short stories don’t be afraid to submit your work to them as they’re a great bunch of people and they won’t bite ;O) Anyway, if you get a couple of minutes I hope that you’ll wander over there and read it.
Good morning blogging world! I hope that whatever you’ve got planned for today, you have fun! As always, I am kicking off today with Song Lyric Sunday, brought to us by the lovely Jim Adams, it’s a chance for us all to discover new music and new blogging friends so I do hope that you’ll play along. The prompt for this week gives us a massive amount of scope as it’s Dawn/Noon/Dusk/Midnight/Nocturnal/Diurnal.
Happy Sunday one and all – I hope that the sun is shining on you wherever you are and that you’ve had a great week! As usual, for me and many others, today is all about discovering new music and catching up with blogging friends new and old. Thanks to the lovely Jim over at A Unique Title For Me, we have a prompt each week which gives us the inspiration we need to share our favourite tracks – this week it’s Mom/Mother/Flowers. If you’d like to join in and I hope you will as it’s ‘the more, the merrier’, here are some rules for you:
As you may (or may not) have noticed, I haven’t been around too much over the last few weeks and that’s because I’ve had my nose to the grindstone (actually fingers on the keyboard but you know what I mean. Several weeks ago I felt the thrill of ‘finishing’ my book (writing not reading) and in a fit of over-exuberance immediately sent it off to a dozen literary agents
How has your week been? Good I hope! Hasn’t it gone past quickly? I can’t believe it’s time for Song Lyric Sunday again. If you’re a music lover and enjoy discovering new tracks and artists or just like connecting with other bloggers why not play along? Jim Adams kindly provides a prompt each week and this time he has chosen Hurt/Pain/Agony/Suffer. If you’d like to take part, and I really hope you will, here are some rules for you
Quietly you hid your tears Behind a smile Learning long ago Not to express sadness Anymore For what good could honesty do In a world where Pain or grief is fearsome Or betrayed By all that everyone else hides Behind Or runs so very far away from In fear Long ago you learned Not to […]
I really hope that you like Deborah’s poem – I read it and thought it was so poignant I just had to share it with you all.
Good morning everybody! Here we are again at the end of another week (I do hope that you had a good one) and it’s time once again for Song Lyric Sunday. This week our host Jim Adams said that we would have a ‘plethora of songs to chose from’ with our prompt Boogie/Rock/Rolling Stone but, I have to be honest I was pretty stumped
..The Bible had been an autobiography. After the killings in Christchurch and those in Sri Lanka a few days ago, I can’t help thinking that God must really regret not making his intentions for the human race clearer. I’m not trying to make light of those two terrible atrocities but I do wonder how much longer mankind will continue to maim and kill in the name of religion.