Come read Soiba’s great depiction of “dilemma” in a relationship. Be sure you explore her Archives.


She craved respect

He coveted love,

She was a lone wolf

He was a social animal,

She admired him sometimes

He adored her at times,

She erased her expectations

His list grew longer,

She embraced rage

He surrendered to despair!

© 2017 Soiba Tahir

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You may have had the best of plans for your day or your project and what you expected the results of the day to deliver and yet, sadly at work or at home things didn’t turn out as planned.

So, I thought I would provide you with an opportunity to laugh and realize things might have been worse – like it was for those in this video!



Beneath the Earth ~ #poetry #MarchWriting

Come and discover Dorinda’s lovely grotto in “Beneath The Earth”. Be sure and explore her Archive too!

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos

Hidden beneath the earth
In a grotto, the tide rolls in
Is this place I can call my very own
Where tranquil waters caress my skin

I watch the sunlight streaming
From the darkness of my cave
Reflections float around me
Yet, I am not afraid

Though peaceful ripples signal
The tide is about to change
I will not leave this treasure
For everywhere else is strange

Here is where I feel at home
This is where I wish to stay
Quietly listening, to the sounds
Of the water, from the bay

March Writing Prompt:  Spelunking – Day 28/31

©2018 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
Photo via Pixabay CC0

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Come read this warm and charming piece “At This Moment” by Jane. Come explore her Archive too!

Jane Dougherty Writes

For the dverse open link, a poem written in the warm, after-supper glow.

At my feet a dog,

on my lap a cat,

in the hearth a fire,

and in the dark,

beneath a slip of moon,

sickle-yellow as it rocks,

the wilderness sniffs the night air.

I, with your presence

to the roots of my hair,

Beethoven, filling the quiet,

the cat’s purring,

the hiss and crackle of the flames,

dog’s paws running a dream,

wait for something

that may be like the end

and may be a beginning,

the final note of a sonata,

a small death, a new life,

fire-crackle, cat purr, fox-bark—


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