November 30, 2017, Carrot Ranch prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes self-care. Does the character need it? What does the character do? Think about how you can use this action to deepen a character or move a story. Go where the prompt leads. Respond by December 7, 2017, … Continue reading The Choice
It is Haiku Friday and I am excited to share Ronovan's words this week: tide and flesh. I used family in place of flesh because I like the connotation that it gave to my haiku. I am calling this, "Family Relations." Thank for popping in. I am glad to see you all!
Sea foam waves ebbing - life’s sandy slate wiped sparkling, high tide changes all. This has been my haiku submission for the Daily Post’s poetry prompt of “water” for our first poetry class. Thanks for stopping by to see what I have been up to. Find out more about the first poetry class sponsored by … Continue reading Writing 201-Poetry: Haiku