Creating a Monster

Photo by Heriberto Herrera of freeimages.com I’ve been in a funky mood. Stay with me for awhile. I feel so misunderstood.         Carve me a radiant smile. Inside, I’m caged and mixed up. Why… Continue reading

Incandescent Me

Short film by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! In the stream, the reflection of the moon can be seen. If I drink the water, would I shine brighter?… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story – Thief

Photo by Jenny Rollo of freeimages.com They stared at each other. She started to cry, and he made a move towards her but didn’t even know her name. “Thief!” She sobbed, grasping her… Continue reading

Crimson Stained

Photograph by Graham Stephen. Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! She stared at him sleeping – watching his chest rise and fall. At times, she would rest an ear over his… Continue reading

Your Belt

  You approach me with your belt and a glint in your eye. You think you’re scary, but I try not to smile. *Photographs from freeimages.com

Fifty Words Story: Gratitude

Photograph by Rich Finck. Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! His stomach growled. Scurrying past a dead tree, he heard moaning. He peered into a large fissure and saw a beautiful… Continue reading

Six Words Story: Forever

Illustration by Poet Rummager Forever mine. I keep him handcuffed. My six word story was inspired by Karina Pinella’s fabulous post, The Devil’s Command. Click HERE to visit and follow her blog!!

Death’s Lullaby

Photograph by Inese – Click HERE to visit and follow her blog!   Death leaned in with a kiss – stealing my breath away. He brought me poppy flowers – blood red with… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story: Soft Ground

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! Traversing this landscape was familiar yet strange. The ground felt soft. Wind whooshed around Manny, and he tumbled; airborne. He saw… Continue reading

Into Gray

Photograph by Rich Finck – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   Clouds drifting over blue skies transform a vibrant day into gray. Love, that once was spring, with new buds… Continue reading