Andrew Mark Watkins
You’re a loon. You’re cool.
I hear voices in the wall.
They talk constantly
Like some radio DJ
online Pirate radio
You’re a loon. You’re cool… 104 more words
2 days, 7 hours ago
Enough’s been sung of juice divine
From reddish clusters grown on vine –
The drink of gods, which common men call wine.
Tis time to praise th’supremest food, 52 more words
1 month ago
We like rubbish at the front of our house because we thinks its neat
for everyone walking by to walk in a soiled street.
We like rubbish out the front of our house because you are a fool… 174 more words
Friendly Fairy Tales
You should sing the blues,
but your music’s too sweet, 77 more words
1 month, 2 weeks ago
I enjoy every
that blooms in
Copyright 2016 Brenda Davis Harsham
Note: This ditty is in honor of writing and rewriting manuscripts galore. 98 more words
2 months ago
Jane Dougherty Writes
Photo ©Kaz Andrew
Keep your rings and roses,
For sticking in your noses,
I want no symbol of your love,
No simpering, fluttering, feeble dove. 40 more words
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Wendy the SuperLibrarian’s TBR challenge for this month is a series catch up book.
I read The Legend of Lyon Redmond by Julie Anne Long. Unlike many other readers I know, I have not read every other book in the series. 651 more words
3 months, 1 week ago