An article featuring an acrostic poem set about berry smoothies that I love to make.
Raindrops became a little country girl's entertainment. When it rained I would lean off the porch and fill my little "Shirley Temple Glass" and drink it. Then I would fill it for Mama and Grandmother. Written May 10th 2021
A set of 5 poems is written in response to a word prompt challenge by our beautiful co-author and a loving friend, "Brenda". The word prompt for this week is "Raindrops"
Mid Spring is a beautiful time that delights the senses with it's sights and sounds, as nature blooms and mild temperatures beckon us to stroll and rediscover our familiar paths. Here is a short poem that helps capture the random spring scenes on a recent walk near the marsh.
Mother’s Day is a day on which we celebrate the selfless love of the woman to whom we owe so much for what we are today. While many of us have the good fortune of physically being with our mothers and wishing them and gifting them to show our gratitude, there are others who are not able to do so.
Mother's Encouragement is a poem about walking pass a bakery. The smell lingering in the air reminds her of baking cookies with her mother when she was a toddler. She couldn't reach the counter, flour was everywhere, but her mother didn't say one discouraging word. She showed a Mother's Love.
The road to success is a difficult one, beset with all kinds of difficulties. But these difficulties are our best teachers, as often we learn from our mistakes. They bring out the best in us by using our hidden energies. Through experience we learn that obstacles can be overcome by dealing with them
I'm always scared of poetry as I never know exactly how to write it. I was feeling pretty emotional about my past and who I am now, and just went with it. This is a self-reflective letter to "the crumpled papers at the bottom of my backpack" I wrote for Creative Writing.
Rather abstract words to form the basis of a poem or prose, I thought, but intriguing and thought provoking as they are, I merged them into an idea about proving 'today' as time. See what you think!