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Writing prompt #118

You wake up. There’s been an accident.


Photography Prompt!

It’s amazing to me that something as cliché as “stop to smell the roses” can have such deep and widespread meaning.

We’re usually so caught up with our lives and the things that are going on directly in front of us that we sometimes forget about the rest of the world. 562 more words



It was only four years ago today, I spent
my birthday eating old tacos by candlelight
with those I loved most, thankful we’d lost
nothing but electricity, while others grieved… 30 more words


National Poetry Month: "Poetry...Cubed!" poems & winners!

What a weekend! I spent three days in Springfield, Massachusetts with hundreds of fellow children’s writers and illustrators at the annual New England SCBWI conference – and with folks like Jane Yolen, Kwame Alexander, Jo Knowles, and Dan Santat in attendance it could not have been more inspiring or exciting. 1,522 more words


.looking back. {NaPoWriMo 2015 Day 27}


are spent
in this reverberation


once was

is held tight


bandeaud cinching

down the past


past parenthesis

remembering is simple

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Bi Weekly Writing Prompt: Inanimate Objects (April 27th - May 10th)

Okay, so in an attempt to make this blog more interactive, I have decided to host a bi weekly writing prompt. The goal of this is simple – I’ll post a prompt (which I’ll write on as well during the two weeks at some point), and then you write on it. 330 more words


Go or Stay - Haiku Challenge # 42

RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge 42

Words: Love & Last

Go or Stay

Always the last one

To see the truth in the depths

And stay is true love