I’m imagining what thoughts of home the character in the photo might be thinking. Then a write a few haiku stories about home. Enjoy!
We have been through a dark season in our lives. How do we find peace through the darkest seasons, when fever and pain wrack your body?
Ever since I read the posts on Magnetic Poetry that my friend, Joy, I have been wanting to try it. Do you wonder why is it called magnetic?
The Five Minute Friday prompt for this week is the word control. The idea is to set a timer and write for five minutes on whatever the word brings to your mind. Now I rarely set a timer, but I do watch the time on […]
MEMORIES This week’s prompt words for #RonovanWritesWeeklyHaikuChallenge are Tears & Flow. This week I have three haiku to share. I’m a bit late, because I have been sick for a few days. Still, I enjoyed writing these three poems, the first of which entails […]
I wrote and deleted. Then I prayed about what I should write, if anything at all. Next, I switched gears and wrote a poem – Refine My Heart.
I am enjoying this new-to-me form of creativity called “Twittering Tales.” Every Tuesday, Kat Myrman shares a photo as a prompt.[bctt tweet=”Inspired by the photo, we write a story using only 140 characters or less.” username=”GaylWright”]You have all week to write your stories. Last […]
Marriage is a beautiful relationship, but it takes a lot of work. My poem, A Marriage Flame, tells a story of love and trust.
Middle is the word for Five Minute Friday this week. [bctt tweet=”It’s interesting how we talk about being in the middle of something. ” username=”GaylWright”]It could mean exactly in the center or just somewhere between the beginning and the end. Lacey to the Rescue […]
I wasn’t particularly looking for a word for 2017, but the word, wait, found me. I am learning to wait for God in my life.