The sky is full of promise as the night kisses the dawn a new day is upon us, as we stand ready, to carry on My body aches with misery, and my mind with memory, of days spent in your arms and your lips softly kissing me Where did our days go dear? Where are… Continue reading A Soldier’s Dance
My photos were taken at different times and locations for the last few evenings, nights and early mornings. These are my favorites with a few words put together that were inspired. It was a wonderful gift to see that moon. The moon or super-moon was full last night November 14th. It was at its brightest and… Continue reading Super Powers of the Moon
Today, every reason I had, every objection, all worry, doubt and concern, lay in a deep puddle of what feels like, a wasted effort. There is a part of me that wants to write explicitly about it, but more importantly, I want to have hope that we all can work through it. Photo by clarita
Shaun allowed me a space to write a Guest Post for Clockwork Clouds. I’m grateful to him for the feature. Come by to say hello and be sure to follow Shaun. Thank you Shaun!
Welcome to Clockwork Clouds first ever Guest Post!
As you’ll have read I’ve been banging on about people taking part in Work in Progress Wednesdays – I posted yesterday, I posted last week and I have a permanent contact form. Well, it turns out it actually works and if you’d like to see more of these, you know what to do! My aim was always to help people share their ideas; inspiration can be catching after all. So, sharing ideas with us today… Is Cynthia over at Willowbeithe! Take it away Cynthia!
Why write with NaNoWriMo?
What is happening right now? I am writing. It is the easiest thing in the world to be convinced that something else is more important than sitting down and writing. Because of participating with writing a novel in November, my goal is 1667 words a day. It is challenging…
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