Defiance, A Photo Fictional Poem

Ransom paid, He had returned, A little worse for wear, Mind was made, Defiance burned, He would make them care, Knew some how, If someone can, He would be the guy, Scarred face now, Pose of a man, Again, set out to try. ———————- A fictional poem inspired by Donna’s Sunday Photo Fiction, the imageContinue reading “Defiance, A Photo Fictional Poem”

Age of Wisdom, A Poem

No need to lament, Days of youth now long gone, Or this gradual decent, From the height of your dawn, For to look back and ponder, The days of your past, How life’s events wander, Making memories that last, This life’s been well lived, Joyous times have been had, From the days as a kid,Continue reading “Age of Wisdom, A Poem”

Keeps Honest Men Honest, A Flash Fiction

I remember the times when conversations with my grandmother remained germane but lately they stray in unexpected directions. I have been told it may be due to her memories becoming increasingly foggy now that she has reached such elderly heights as one hundred years old. Just now I had asked her what she used toContinue reading “Keeps Honest Men Honest, A Flash Fiction”

The Witches Three – Poem Monstrous Halloween

The prompt for Monstrous Halloween for today is: witch I figured I would share one of my favorite entries from last year’s Halloween challenge I participated in titled ‘The Witches Three‘. Maybe it will make you screech in delight! ————— When ye host the witches three, Best ye feed them well… For if they leaveContinue reading “The Witches Three – Poem Monstrous Halloween”