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Sits in
Diners, in
The corner to,
Better catch the view.

Scribbles wispy portraits
Of strangers that she knew. She
Illuminates, like an eighty- 7 more words

Creative Writing

Haiku-A-Day #1278

Garden labyrinth
Hedges cut into creatures
Lost in tangled vines



Greenest forests, bluest oceans

We toss away trash through car windows,

Broken glass, choked out six packs creates profound emotions.

I thought I caught a fish today, there’s a can at the end of my line, 79 more words


“Tess Simpson! Go and wash your mouth out with soap and water!” – 19th January 2000

Wednesday 19th I had my most embarrassing moment this afternoon. I don’t know if I can write it so it sounds as bad as it was but I’ll certainly try. 553 more words


The Daily Prompt - Traditional.

In most Nigerian cultures, traditional marriages are held before two consenting adults begin their journey of matrimony. This is usually an arrangement between two families after the two individuals involved, the man and the woman declare their intentions to get married usually after a period of courtship. 328 more words


First Birthday Of Wings 🦋

Flying with my words

Thoughts and emotions

I landed here

On completion of

First Year

Of my baby blog

A big thanks

To you all… 26 more words


A charity book haul

I love rummaging and finding gems at charity bookshops. This book haul is from one of the first bookshops I ever went to – The Red Cross Bookshop in my local town – maybe I’ll give you a tour if you guys want a more in-depth look? 127 more words