Tag Archive: joy

#Weekly Tanka Prompt #Poetry Challenge – Week 105 – Peace & Happiness

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If you want to participate, here’s the link:  https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/2018/07/18/weekly-tanka-prompt-poetry-challenge-week-105-peace-happiness/ Etheree Poetry – Syllabic Pattern: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10, Rhyme: None <(o)><(o)> May we learn from nature to savor our momentary peace, finding happiness in everyday acts of… Continue reading

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #131 Car&Coast

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The Dog-moe-beel Dogmobile awaits!  To taste life as it coasts by! Furry nirvana.      

POETRY WAR: What I like best about Christmas

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Rides on a rooftop in downtown Miami. Sparkle of lights standing next to my family. A meeting with Santa, the Orange Bowl parade, the glitter and sparkle as bands promenade. . Sparkling wonderment,… Continue reading

Poetry Wars–The Happy of Life

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Been in a bad mood all day because of little things:  Like finding I grabbed the blue socks to wear with black and purple, or looking for a shirt in a draw and… Continue reading

The 4’Oclock Haiku

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Fragile flower waits, a human nose perceiving peripheral joy. <_><_><_> (In honor of my favorite fragrance, growing just outside my window)  

Next to me

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Next to me She slumbers peacefully while I listen to meditation music. . Next to me a nudge expectantly as I fitfully blunder in my sleeping. . Next to me Her body resting… Continue reading

How to bake a life (or…what I learned from my daughter)

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Emptiness, like a new kitchen depends on you to fill it.   Clanging pots, clattering pans don’t drive off hunger. The cook does.   Bake a life with the potential >>>’empty.’>>> given to… Continue reading

If I had a doll house

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  If I had a doll house it might look like this, with trees all around it and mountains in mist.   I’d open the top up to place deep inside 2 dogs… Continue reading

Edit the darkness

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  Still awake at midnight, the twilight of living between day and dark, I struggle against weary.   Wandering through a fog of what if and what missed, I reach to pet a… Continue reading

How The Human Brain Works (or doesn’t)

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The cup of life isn’t just half empty or half full.    It can be half-blind, too.   This is what we see when we’re in trouble:   This is what we see… Continue reading