Book: Les MisérablesAuthor: Victor HugoGenre: Fiction Prompt from the Hubby “He never went out without a book under his arm, and he often came back with two.” One book caused it. It wasn’t the ability to read, which was devastatingly extraordinary, and vital to his existence. In fact, when he was seven, dirty-faced and begging… Continue reading Prompt 15 – Les Misérables by Victor Hugo & February Poetry Circle Info
around the table we gathered felt our stories lifting lilting tilting into each other’s smiles inhaled the glory of common motivations inspirations that shape-shifted like the characters we attempted to contain embraced the soundtrack of fingertips on keyboards the orchestra of self-expression intersecting with trumpet-laughter jazz yellow daisies alive & listening petal pranced across the… Continue reading Poem 317 – Around the Table
Orchids on the Windowsill I’ve been successful at killing plantssomething about remembering to water themmirrors remember to water myself…perhaps it’s more about forgetting But the two orchids on the windowsill stand tallone in fluorescent fuchsia grows like a flock of flyingskirts can-canning up a stem stairway to the skythe other, angel-wing white, giant and dare… Continue reading Poem 201 – Orchids on the Windowsill & Gertrude’s Writing Room Update!