beauty is always changing bold colour, broad lines expect the unexpected a raindrop fills your hands smiles big as the horizon and I wonder why I ever leave
walk these halls resonant voices of the past empty now I found this one day when I was operating the elevator in the Smithsonian. I wanted to explore but I had to let my camera do what I could not. Thanks City Sonnet for the month long challenge. Today’s prompt “narrow”
she wondered which had she lost first… Wishing all of you a gruesome day Photography: Moondust Designs 2020
I felt so big then I opened my eyes a wheel so large it touched the sky pebbles called sand sift through my hand I sang a song the trees sang along my teachers and I we made lemonade Remember back to when the clouds were so puffy you believed they were cotton balls orContinue reading “i remember when… #childhood #worldteachersday2020”
Bolted inside external signs of wear no key to find
Looked over my shoulder to yesterday time passed in the blink of an eye the people and memories faded I never bid them goodbye I look to the left on this day all that there is to do wrap arms around you dear memory’s time, make a few I look at the road laid beforeContinue reading “The Road Before Us #poetry #uganda”
deep in thought too many lives to count wings of gratitude Thankful for lives that have made the sacrifice for freedom. Please enjoy more of Steven Slack’s work here.
yesterday’s memories grasped at forever’s horizon it’s amazing what six words can do. Check out My Random Ramblings and this is the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) Prompt “Forever”. where six words tell powerful stories.
innocent conversation macabre aftertaste drinks later?