Tuesday, November 10, 2015

story of the week 32, we feature two talents today, smiles!

Greetings, How do you do today?
This week, we have many interesting entries, and it is both delightful and sad to see that
Everyone has done admirable job, I believe that each poem or short fiction is written with careful observation and extended wit, many thanks, everyone is the winner!1!!!
And …if I must pick one or two here due to space restriction,  then 

I give the winner(s) to  
 Cinday Gary Murray Tomblin Bullock 


first let's read Kate's haiku, which gives us wings to see the imagery behind our solid footsteps...

under the feet of a horse
the long shadow immigrates north
the wings of a drone

clouds in the sky
one bright sun beams its pride
the world goes hide 

I admire rainbow 
when the rain drops sit 
competing with fresh air

Now, let's go through another poet, Cindy Gary's words to an unexpected theme story write:

when Lindsay enrolls at Softwear Colgate high school,
she did not expect Amelia to sit next to her,
often feeling uneasy about her womanly period,
and often she falls silent about Linsday's favor from a few boys

the end is sad
when Lindsay transfers to Westmore High,
so that Amelia obtains some focused fame,
eventually, both women attend UW college at Washington state.

the ability to open one's mind and shift gears
when it is needed is essential,
thus, when autumn is in the air,
we expect the leaves to fall, and pumpkins to sell

seconds, minutes, hours, days, nights, weeks, months,
years, decades, century, and dynasty,
trees grow year prints called nian lun,
demons wear consumes when it comes to Halloween

the world seem placid, plain, and pirate to small kids,
a quirky mindset won't win prize for being sneaky,
don't call me blogging buddy
unless you enjoy your freedom touching the board of writing whirling, daily.

and check out both poets' blog links here below:


Anonymous said...

happy Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

lovely stories.

Malia Craig Tagg Lawrence Page said...

excellent choice.

Anonymous said...

amazing choice.

Drew Doyle Storm Snyder Minow said...

agreeable pick, the option does give us clues to think about life.