hazy, lazy days at the lake; laughing, gasping, fun for fun’s sake. I’m researching poetry genres for my poetry course and found this one called a brevee, and it was so cute I had to give it a go, although because it is so short there’s not much scope for exploration! It’s a simple poetry form… Continue reading The Lake | Poem
When writing poetry you could write it about a place, a person, a thing; a feeling, a colour, a passion. Here are 15 poetry prompts (you could, of course, use them for prose too!) which you might be able to put into practise in your own work. Truth be told, I’ll probably use it it… Continue reading 15 Poetry Prompts
Jack Frost runs his fingers along the back of my neck. I raise my camera to my eye and take a picture for later, when it’s green and warm and I’ve forgotten what it feels like to be cold; until the next winter rolls around.
Water sprinkled lazily Over a flickering candle; Words murmured through Painted lips. Kohl-rimmed eyes Watch the dance before them, The flames leaping to- -fro- The witch casts her Yuletide spell. Until the next time,
*** some see the world through the lens of their camera and freeze beauty in time ***
We’re not bruised, they’re just party tattoos. – dodie I think there’s something in that look that you gave me and I gave you. A kind of love that you don’t have to speak for it to be believed by every single person in the room. The people standing behind us watched two similar souls… Continue reading you & i
*** The air is getting A bite to it – I’m looking Forward to winter. ***