Daily Archive: April 13, 2020

Little Farmhouse

Originally posted on A Way to Fly:
Hello! This is my third post of Escapril and my English project: Writing in Times of Chaos. Prompt: Hometown Little Farmhouse Little farmhouse, Out in the…

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Friendship – Hay(na)ku

Originally posted on The world according to RedCat:
Photo by P C on Pexels.com AwakeNot asleepCompany you keep TalkWorry sharingHand hold caring SteadfastStrong pillarRepels depressive killer ForthrightHonest, straightRestoring lost faith AcceptingBig, smallTrauma scarred…

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Shipwreck memories…

Shipwreck memories A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                                      Shipwreck memories The irony of a long life. We will know joy and sadness. We will have good days and bad days. We will… Continue reading

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Empathetic Heart

Originally posted on Tiffany Arp-Daleo Art:
9″ x 12″ Watercolor and acrylic on paper Empathy is critical to our existence and our survival. Some have more than others, but it is imperative that…

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Big Sur, California. Chapter three

Big Sur, California. Highway 80 A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Third chapter.                      Big Sur, California. Highway 80              … Continue reading

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Truly You!

Originally posted on Wild Scared Crazy:
Be,Not perfect,Just truly you. Follow,Not trend,Just your heart. Dance,Your move,Not to impress. Sing,Your heart,Just for yourself. You,Believe me,Are truly special. Don’tKill yourself,Being someone else. For NaPoWriMo Day 10. A Hay(na)ku. Featured image…

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Ford Maddox Ford

In Hemingway’s book ” A moveable feast”. (Greatest book I have read) He befriended a quiet man, Ford Maddox Ford. In the book, Hemingways asked him, “Writing the poetry that is never to… Continue reading

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protect your mental health during quarantine.

Originally posted on twesha's blog:
Staying indoors, disconnected from the rest of the world, can seem like a dream come true for some people and a total nightmare for others. There’s no…

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