Weekly Photo Prompt: secret garden

Welcome to my weekly photo prompt!  Every Monday I will share a photo which I like, and taking it as a starting point, I'll endeavour to come up with a piece of creative writing.  This might be a 100 word story, a poem, haiku, limerick or longer piece - I'm not setting any rules apart from … Continue reading Weekly Photo Prompt: secret garden

Song Lyric Sunday: a song for someone you love

This looks fun.  I just discovered a new weekly blogging prompt, Song Lyric Sunday from Helen Espinosa, a writer and blogger in Utah. The idea is simply that every Sunday you share the lyrics of a song you like on a particular theme. This week's is a song that makes you think of someone you love … Continue reading Song Lyric Sunday: a song for someone you love

Limerick Challenge Week 29: Time Travel

I love taking part in this Weekly Limerick Challenge! Definitely going to have a go at this week’s!

Mind and Life Matters

I am happy to have you all back in the limerick challenge, we had a good number of participants this week, yay for that!

If you have not already done so, click here, to view all the limerick submissions for Week 28. Now, let’s get on to take a look at the Top 5 limericks from last week’s challenge.

And the limerick superstar of this week………….*drumrolls please* Frank of Poetry, Short Prose and Walking with this amazing limerick.

Some humor shines best when it’s sunny.

Others want rain thick and runny.

We’re soaked when the skies

Shed big tears through God’s eyes

From His laughter. He thought we were funny.

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Congratulations to Frank – the Limerick Superstar of the week!

Kay from The Diary of a Married Woman and Dr.  Meg Sorick topped my list with their amazing limericks.

Followed by Vandana of My Feelings My Freedom and Indira…

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Six Word Story Challenge: Loser

Got fired. Came home. Kicked cat. This is my entry to the Six Word Story Challenge posted by Nicola at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller.  I've missed this - the scribblings, crossings out and at last the eureka moment when you nail those six perfect words! Glad you're back Nicola!