I love this poem about the lovely geese that used to swim with their babies on the lake by my house. This was a fun challenge and I am enjoying the great responses!
“Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings” ― John Gillespie Magee Jr. Related articles The Hight Flight of John Gillespie (staypoetic.com) High Flight (seanjreeves.wordpress.com)
I'll admit it. I have a hard time passing up a good challenge. I even take those quizzes that tell you who you were in a past life or what kind of dog you should own. So when I got the challenge by ladyleemanila to do the Love/Hate challenge I was both excited and trying to figure out how to add this to my list of things I needed to… Read More »The Love/Hate Challenge
The holiday spirit is all around and we would love to see what you have been up to. Poets, we challenge you to write a holiday piece for us! Put your link to your holiday piece in the comment section and I'll take a look and post some of our favorites here!. ~ Dancing with Fireflies ~
My name is Christiana May, The Widow on the Hill. I look out over the people gathered and smell the foul odor of the fire, I know that soon I will die. The crowds have come together to watch this moment. They will cheer and they will mock, some will cry, and others will turn their heads knowing that there is nothing that can be done. But I will go,… Read More »“The Widow on the Hill” ( Flash Fiction Piece )