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NaPoWriMo: Day 16

NaPoWriMo: Day 16 destination, nearer, thorny, disappear, words, describe Okay, we made it over the halfway hump. Now it’s all sliding toward the finish. In the song I’ve chosen for today’s musical inspiration, a woman describes her life by finding … Continue reading

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Wordplay #20

  Wordplay #20  Tabaret tab-a-ret> striped upholstery fabric: hard-wearing fabric with alternate satin and watered silk stripes. Use: upholstery Strong Cloth Existence Senses that her life is stitched together like tabaret fabric. Periods of smooth moments, spent with others who … Continue reading

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Journey Stone #26

  Journey Stone #26  Image Picture created by words on a page. Sometimes a poem, a definition, other times a thought, or a whole train of them, moving on a track that wends its way through this life I improvise … Continue reading

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Journal Writing Prompt #8

  Last week, I asked that you do a prompt that suggested you take a look back and make notes about the past week. A week in review is a good way to summarize your experience, but it also provides a … Continue reading

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Finding Home

  Attention: Journal Writing Prompts will begin on Monday, October 25.   Today I’m not responding to a prompt. Today it’s just me, the words, and an empty page. Guess I’m going back to basics. At least it could be seen … Continue reading

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Flashback Facilitator

  For Sunday Scribblings prompt #235     Flashback http://sundayscribblings.blogspot.com/ A flashback is a fast trip back into the past, a moment, or moments of remembering, often experienced as though it were actually happening for the first time. And although that is … Continue reading

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Fishing Lessons

  For Writers Island Prompt #21 The Fisherman http://writersisland.wordpress.com/ “Betty!” My father’s voice echoed in my ears. I immediately sat up, wide awake from my afternoon nap. My Dad had died just over fifteen years ago, at home, in a city … Continue reading

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Not To Prompt, But Then…

  For Writer’s Island Prompt #20: Last Redwood, Survivorship http://writersisland.wordpress.com/ I have been on a very interesting journey for the past few weeks. I never left home, other than to get groceries, make a few visits, put gas in the … Continue reading

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Perfect Imperfection

For Writers Island prompt #18:  If Only http://writersisland.wordpress.com/ This is what I wrote, on the spur of the moment, the last time I was faced with this prompt:  Circling Flashbacks Ah yes, those famous “If Only’s.” Vultures that visit in … Continue reading

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Shopping For Resurrection

For Writer’s Island prompt #12  reunion http://writersisland.wordpress.com/ Every parting gives a foretaste of death, every reunion a hint of the resurrection. __Arthur Schopenhauer I have a real thing about words, if you haven’t noticed. Love playing with them, tearing them … Continue reading

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