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Doubt's Dreadful Deed

via Daily Prompt: Devastation

She shifts through the cracks
and makes home in the shacks
of feelings in those tendrils weak,
in sinew holding to the strength it seeks… 108 more words

Fleeting Heart

Lovers croon in delight

In the pale moonlight

Laughing all the same

Not even trying to tame

The heart wildly beating

To all that is fleeting

-Kel Dayheart

Poetry

Feed The Plants by Berlie Doherty

My mum said ‘Feed the plants.’

And went. I did them all. No thanks

From her or them. Now she’s banging on the door.

‘Open up!’ 186 more words

Big Sun

The biggest sun I ever saw
greeted me today
A golden ball of wonder
which took my breath away

©Jemverse

Photo – sunrise over the Thames estuary, January 2017 – Jempics

Poetry

Echo

We float on a salt breeze, we are fastened to leaves
We are everywhere you want us, and the places in-between.
Adoring and adorning, our silver lights your brow… 916 more words

Poetry

The Break of the Branch (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Priya Kavina

Founder & Owner of: Kavara Stories

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer

I sat on an oak tree twice removed from its home… 275 more words

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