Tag: boundaries

Fickle (outlines)

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: (out)Lines A month ago -snow tomorrow 82 Fahrenheit and the complaints come full circle. You ask… better to stay within the lines be defined by boundaries -knowing what tomorrow brings or do you dare venture beyond the scope of man’s imagination tormented by inconsistencies and drama? The future is…

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My Feathered Heart

Jeanne’s GoodReads Review Please feel free to add me to your Goodreads’s friend’s list. πŸ˜πŸ•ŠπŸŽΆ My Feathered Heart (original poem) My review of The Feathered Heart by Mark Turcotte. I once found a teeny-tiny downy woodpecker feather. At most, the feather measured one inch (2.54 cm) in length. My guess as to the year found…

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lady wounded

Whose skin is taut dwelling in safety the soul buried deep enough to keep a sacred promise? Don’t rustle the covering unless you are ready to endure me as me. Who can grasp the pain of a woman’s smile? That is the man she wants to meet.

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