Snowfall in Haiku

Shoveling snow is Most fun when you do it with Such friendly neighbours. First snowfall is the Best when winter white covers Everything sparkly. peekiequeen Haiku poetry, c. November 27, 2013 DP Challenge… Continue reading

Novel Writing in Haiku

It is difficult To write a Novel where I Must sit still often. But to write it down Is a worthy pursuit I Do hold to be true. peekiequeen Haiku poetry, c. November… Continue reading

Playful Wordplay

Cough, craving candy clear Don’t doodle, dare dear Seeing seesaw saving soul-full Hasty help, humbly hopeful Balanced base bumbles badly Greetings great go gladly Make, mend, marched meaning Love, let low, leaning. Nicely… Continue reading

How BIG is Your Brave

Sophie didn’t think there was anything left for her. She reached for the small plastic bottle and held it in her hand. By lamplight in her bachelor apartment, the writing on the label… Continue reading

A Dinner to end all Dinners

It felt strange walking through the door. If you didn't know any better, you'd think that we were just a small group of friends gathering for a dinner party. But this wasn't just… Continue reading

A Niece Arrival!

Today you came and light was rosey, Your sweet round cheeks, so cute and dozy. The pale pink hat upon your head Made all of us eat what we said. “A GIRL! A… Continue reading

A Daily Prompt: Inside the Expressible’s Studio…

A post in response to NaBloPoMo prompt challenge: 1. What is your favorite word? Serendipity. I love the sound and musical flow of the word itself. But I also love its meaning, “a… Continue reading

A Wedding: Holiday of Wonderment

I love attending weddings! Over the weekend I was at the celebration of two dear friends tying the knot and it was fantastic! So much is wrapped up in that singular event. Not… Continue reading

Hemingway speaks on… Blogging?

What if Ernest Hemingway could share his thoughts on Blogging… Posts are information. If you don't want people to know something, don't write it. If you want to share, be brief. No one… Continue reading

Painting Over Nostalgia

Yesterday I received word that a beloved bookstore I once frequented was closing in the new year. Chapters Runnymede was formerly The Runnymede, an atmospheric theatre built in 1927. You can view its… Continue reading