Pay It Forward Thursday- February 28, 2019

Come spotlight the best poem or piece you read this week from another writer by sharing it at the Cafe for over 4,700 patrons to view!!

Go Dog Go Café

The baristas at Go Dog Go Cafe are big fans of Pay It Forward Thursdays. We think it is a great opportunity to give a shout-out to another writer who has wowed us or creatively inspired us. It a great way to share the love and pass it on to the readers. It also becomes a great pool for excellent reading stuff by your fellow readers of the WordPress community.

You are invited to post one link to one specific post of poetry, short story, or flash fiction, 300 words or less please, from someone else’s blog in the comments below.

Happy reading!

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In a Spring Garden

Charmed Chaos

Gentle breeze and sweet sunshine in a spring garden

where vivid green tendrils vine and climb

murmuring to wild roses blossoming spirits

Come, feel the quiet solitude of verdant trees

for harmony is here in ancient forest boughs

while wandering the yielding mossy path beneath

and listening to the poetry of bird song above

wrapped in the silence of nature’s peace

Ragtag Daily Prompt

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“I will be honest with you: It troubles me that the American people seem to want to know so little about issues — that they are satisfied with 128 characters”

Art of Quotation

“I will be honest with you: It troubles me that the American people seem to want to know so little about issues — that they are satisfied with 128 characters”

source: Rex Tillerson on Trump: ‘Undisciplined, doesn’t like to read’ and tries to do illegal things

Rex Tillerson, former US Secretary of State 2016-2017

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“Racism remains in the eyes of history … merely another instance of the persecution of minorities for the advantage of those in power.”

Art of Quotation

“Racism remains in the eyes of history … merely another instance of the persecution of minorities for the advantage of those in power.”

Ruth Benedict, anthropologist, author, book quote from “Race: science and politics”, 1945


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And They Met

Ckonfab

They have never met in person. He writes poetry, and she weaves short tales. Their verses reached each other through the internet. His profile was visible to the world, and hers hid behind the long curly winding magical tresses, which with a hint of annoyance covered her countenance.

In the beginning, his poetry had a tinge of gloominess and her stories had heart-wrenching ends. And soon his poetry had shades of her deviant looks and hers transformed to some fairy tales. They didn’t show, nor they did convey, but they were in love

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