Pay It Forward Thursday- February 14, 2019

Come share the work of a writer you loved reading this week with over 4,600 pairs of eyes!!

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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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Teeming Emotions

Confab With Me

Her emotions,
causing a turmoil on her mind
and she fought hard
to evade the tears
as she forced a bleak smile
on her visage
and moved swiftly
to hide behind the crowd
but the emotions were too overwhelming
as the brine teemed in her heart,
and lumped in her throat
before finding its way
through her innocuous eyes

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The Power In My Pen ~ A Poem by Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Walt's Writings

There is power in my pen
In the words I create
Words that can inspire,motivate, soothe,
Create memories, set a romantic mood,
Hurt someone, educate, bring tears,
Create fear, happiness, gratitude
and make you laugh or cry
All of these words or feelings
Are created in my mind
And written with my pen
As Poets and Writers
We control the power
That comes out of our pens

~The Tennessee Poet~
©Walt Page 2019 All Rights Reserved

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“Demarcation” by Megha Sood |Praxis Magazine for Arts & Literature

Demarcation That frail evening marking the shadows of the long summer days a bird perched on the barbed wires of the prison demarcating the happiness and the grief acceptance and rejection, solitude and the bouts of the laughter, the prisoner and the free the arresting height of that boisterous wall whose bricks are soaked with […]

Source: “Demarcation” by Megha Sood |Praxis Magazine for Arts & Literature