Trilogy for My Father
IMPRINTS (Part 1 of Trilogy for My Father)
His shoes by the front door make me cry,
like his glasses resting atop an
and his toothbrush in its holder
the bristles still damp.
And I wonder… Continue reading
The Trump administration is prohibiting officials at the nation’s top public health agency CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) from using a list of seven words and phrases. These words are: Continue reading
Today we celebrate George Washington’s Birthday, and I would like to know what he would say right now and not just him. I can’t help but wonder what kind of advice Reagan, Kennedy, Lincoln or Roosevelt would give us. Continue reading
It is the truth. I think I don’t have it all together, there seems to be a major piece missing. The filter, the one, that goes between brain and mouth, I must have lost it. It’s gone. Continue reading
Today’s exciting word for the daily prompt is…hold your horses, drumroll -patience please, the word is “Or.”
A king had a scary dream. He dreamt that all his teeth fell out, one after the other. Continue reading
I admit it; I can be a smartass. I didn’t plan on becoming one, it just happened. It’s like an internal force is guiding me to open my mouth right then and there, and there is nothing I can do about it. Continue reading
I hurt a kid when I was a little girl. I had said some ugly things in anger, and it made me feel bad later that day when I was back at home. The girl had been mean first -that was my excuse- but still I didn’t feel good about it. I shouldn’t have said the things I said.
Today’s one-word prompt is OBJECT. Gosh I
don’t like the new one-word prompts, they make me feel like a dog. They throw me a bone, instead of giving me a complete meal and I have to make the best out of it. Filling but not satisfying. Continue reading
I don’t expect to understand everything, I am perfectly fine with the fact that some things just fly over my head.
Today I read something and my eyes got bigger and bigger, because I really have absolutely no explanation, why I can read and understand something that seem to make no sense at all. Continue reading