The day is light, warm, bright, friendly, welcoming. Bees gather and swarm. ~ Butterflies flutter through the dappled sunlight. Flowers bloom, fresh and new. ~ It is when the night comes when the joy disappears, and cold seeps in, chills, numbs. ~ The animals scurry away. Fear grips them all, at the disappearance of day. … Continue reading Poem: Lights in the Night
Wind comes rushing down the plain, murmuring in its quiet tone, assuring that there soon comes rain, and to the fields that are sown, ~ that their thirst will be quenched, their roots will be fed, that they will not be wrenched, from the earth, lifeless, dead. ~ The wind continues, rustling the brush, patting … Continue reading Poem: Whispers of the Wind
I sit at the very top of everything. Well, I suppose not everything. The sky is above me, stretching from horizon to horizon, its vast blue openness clear and freeing. A few clouds float above my head as well, light and fluffy. They must be light, I think, smiling, to be able to drift so … Continue reading On Top
A lot of people like music, including me!! And, as a writer, I like to listen to music while I write! 😛 So I thought, why not share some of my favorite songs to listen to while writing? Let's go! This'll be fun! 🙂 #1: Music & Ambience This is definitely my favorite type of … Continue reading Awesome Writing Music!
Hello, everyone! Welcome back! Today I have something very exciting--my first ever book review! I have never done one of these so please forgive me if I mess anything up. Okay, got it? Then let's move on! Adorning the Dark, by Andrew Peterson Pages: 224 Genre: Non-Fiction Review: 5/5 Stars When I heard Andrew Peterson … Continue reading Book Review: Adorning the Dark
Glittering: From moonlight up high a snowy landscape is seen that is glittering Snow Blanket: A small twig pokes out its brown strange against the white of a snow blanket Well, if we had a post of Autumn haikus, we needed a Winter one! This was kind of a spur of the moment thing, but … Continue reading Poetry: Two Winter Haikus