Promote Yourself Monday, October 14, 2019

Come join in the fun at The Go Dog Go Cafe’s free event – Promote Yourself Monday! Come share one of your best poems/pieces with over 5,000 patrons. Show off your work and tempt them to follow you?? Be sure and reblog the Event Page on your blog so your followers can promote themselves too!!

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Welcome to Promote Yourself Monday.  All Go Dog Go Cafe community members are invited to post one link to one specific piece of their writing (600 words or less please!) they have published on their blog, Facebook page, or Instagram feed into the comments section below.

If you post a link, be sure to read some of the other great writing people have linked to.

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Under the Stars

Penny Wilson Writes

The twinkling stars 
shine down on you. 

Do you have a favorite 
you wish upon too? 

Mine is that little one,
I think it might be flawed. 
It's the one I watch
when I talk to God.  

My wish for you
on this cool, clear night

That you're showered with 
love and God's guiding light.
No matter where you 
roam in this big
world of ours

You'll always be 
under my same 
set of stars. 

Copyright (C) 2019 Penny Wilson

*I don't often write rhyming poetry. But, the first two 
verses of this one came to me and rhymed so beautifully that I 
just had to make the entire poem rhyme. I hope you enjoyed it. 

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So Many Changes ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The TennesseePoet

Walt's Writings

Life is full of changes
What was yesterday is gone
What is today will be a memory tomorrow
Changes in us as we age
Changes in our health
In our energy
But no changes in our love
For spouses, family and friends
Leaves start turning
Soon they will start falling
Only to return, renewed in spring
Like death and taxes
Change is inevitable
My life has been 75 years of change
But here I am, still standing
Still writing poetry
Still adapting to recent changes
And still living and loving life

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

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Aesop’s Fables: The Cat And The Mice

Frank Solanki

There was once a hungry cat

Who had lost all of his fat

Several days without a mouse

So he went and found a house

Overrun with big fat mice

He didn’t have to think that twice

He went and ate them one by one

And he had a lot of fun

Then the mice took out a poll

Went and hid inside a hole

Then they didn’t come out at all

The hungry cat then took a call

A genius idea struck his head

He lied down and acted dead

Thinking it would coax the mice

To come out and steal the rice

But the mice had a clever air

They spoke to their foe lying there

“Your evil intents once kicked us

Your innocence now won’t trick us.”

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