A writer inspired by nature and human nature

Posts tagged ‘Online Writing’

The evolution of a story (NEVER to delete you work)


Bette A. Stevens:

Stop, look, listen, write and save your stories and poems! ~Bette A. Stevens

//

Originally posted on JRBarker101- Musings of a Rambling Reader:

 Web image no background

(This post also contains a short story)

I didn’t think I had a method of writing, but it turns out I do.

First I have an idea and I write a little memo.

Then I write a very short version of the story.

Then it gradually gets longer and longer, with more intricate plot points and extra characters.

View original 832 more words

Clouds and Seasons


Bette A. Stevens:

Simply sensational pictures, beautifully captured in Ivon Prefontaine’s poetry!

 

Originally posted on Teacher as Transformer:

Kathy’s niece took these pictures of boomers the other night west of Edmonton. Kathy and I talked about what we saw in the clouds. There is a lot in there and yesterday, as I walked, I understood clouds meaning something different during different seasons of life.

The spring of childhood,

Clouds were homes

Where

My imagined friends

Came to life

Nursery rhymes, fairy tale, cartoons

People lived there.

A voice called: “Hurry home before it rains.”

Spring met summer

Romance arrived

A single rain drop touched us

We scrambled

Holding hands

We discovered shelter

In each other

And laughed: “Let it rain.”

The dog days of summer arrived

I looked up

Storm clouds overhead

Ominous

Please, I need to finish the lawn

Or there goes the BBQ tonight

I hear my voice: “Hurry home before it rains; so much to do.”

In autumn

A safe distance

We view

But, don’t…

View original 29 more words

Candy Fountain (Ethereal Asparagus) Poetry Challenge


Shelves of candies and cakes

Shelves of candies and cakes (Photo credit: Sifu Renka)

Candy Fountain (Ethereal Asparagus) Poetry Challenge.

OH, SO SWEET… POETRY

Tag Cloud

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 4,176 other followers

%d bloggers like this: