A writer learns

Most important thing I learned Took sixty-two years don’t Don’t speak! Keep feelings yours Nicely tuck in a box! Don’t be a poet and an entrepreneur Don’t fall Don’t fall you crash You crash and burn Crash and burn What did I do Try to keep two phones Business/ personel My error thinking others mightContinue reading “A writer learns”

Chapter 12a,12b,In a witch’s wardrobe by Juliet Blackwell

Freedom is right to take own decissions

Baby blue bike No gears 1PP{1 Poet Power} Today as like a horseshoe I hung over Today’s mission peddles One on eachside Right one fit, left did not! So first I was annoyed Then I pondered Thought maybe like.human feet Size matters, human feet one size larger So removed right side still lft peddle refusedContinue reading “Freedom is right to take own decissions”

Chapter 13,the sacrifice by Lynne Ewing

Out of time

Upon the wall a painting hung In an old Virginian home Rumor had it house haunted eons ago No sound goes bump in the night In the woods still stands A stone wall built by African hands Sweat of brows. Upon a hill called Walnut The painting depited a happy memory Two lovers held handsContinue reading “Out of time”

Chapter 13a, A cast-off coven by Juliet Blackwell