Carrot Ranch May 9: Flash Fiction Challenge

Here’s my daft poem in response to Carrot Ranch’s prompt about aging…   AGE – One Letter Short of A Four Letter Word   AGE IS ONE LETTER SHORT OF A  FOUR LETTER WORD! Desire’s three syllables entwined in kinky Karma Sutra positions, Movement’s six hundred plus muscles belly aching to stop, Career crises simplified, await twin oldies bus pass, plus pensions, Adolescent […]

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One-Liner Wednesday, Writers Quote Wednesday and #BeWow: Coffee

I had the idea for Linda’s One Liner Wednesday #1linerWeds after reading  fellow blogger, Brian Lageose’s post about the woes of aging: https://lageose.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/10-more-signs-that-your-body-just-isnt-what-it-used-to-be/ My one liner is: He would kill for a coffee. Brian’s wonderful post has a multitude of one liners which I have highlighted below in bold. These ones particularly made me laugh: You wake up in the morning and you […]

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My Friday Post: Book Beginnings and The Friday 56

BOOK BEGINNINGS is hosted by Gilion Dumas at Rose City Reader: http://www.rosecityreader.com/  https://www.facebook.com/RoseCityReader Her book Beginning’s post link up: http://www.rosecityreader.com/2015/06/book-beginning-olivay-by-deborah-reed.html I’m currently reading: Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey. Here’s the book beginning from Elizabeth is Missing : “You know that there was an old woman mugged around here?” Carla says, letting her long black ponytail snake over one shoulder. “Well, […]

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