Gold-Mind

There is so much gold inside your longing to be you, this is the most precious intent. No heavy cloaks of foul feelings can dim a diamond cut by the goodness you feed your mind. The mind, so precious an instrument, when seeded with love will yield abundance. Make the mistake of welcoming thoughts with … Continue reading Gold-Mind

Father Forgive Me

On his face, the years are telling. His eyes, once alive with colour, were now shadows, long bled of there vibrant qualities. His skin, once taught with youth, draped as the last shroud of a man who has forgotten himself. The ushers of the ¬†great hall were accustomed to his coming and going. It had … Continue reading Father Forgive Me

Choice

Sometimes its easy, sometimes its hard, but making the decision is key. There are a thousand tributaries rooted in every second, every moment presents an option to reshape the course of the river. This body of time has life and a mind of its own, it keeps coursing, swallowing the world in its fluid steps. … Continue reading Choice

Writing 201, Assignment 3: Acrostic – Trust

Another day in the world of WordPress has provided another glorious opportunity to fine tune our art of expression, Writing 201, challenge number 3 is in play. The poetic form we have been given to play with today is "Acrostic", spelling out a word, or words with the first letters of each line of our … Continue reading Writing 201, Assignment 3: Acrostic – Trust

Writing 201, Assignment 2: Limerick – Brooks

Day 1 of writing 201 was the source of intrigue and excitement. Day two is finally here, and it brings with it a very familiar face, the limerick. Today's assignment suggest a prompt and a device to implement. Based on today's brief, I have to make use of alliteration, in a limerick to present a … Continue reading Writing 201, Assignment 2: Limerick – Brooks

Writing 201 – Day 1, part 2: Haiku “Floating/fleeting”

Today's Challenge for Writing 201 has left me revelling in the allure of a newness. I've spent my evening pouring over the various submission to the days prompt with varying degrees of understanding, curiosity and awe. 17 syllables have trapped me in fascination and I fail to shake there grasp. With the same brief still … Continue reading Writing 201 – Day 1, part 2: Haiku “Floating/fleeting”