Come, Sit With Me (my princess)

come sit with me let’s talk ’bout how things used to be when the world was better and things were nicer when a walk in the beach alongside a crowd was full of fun bumping at each other making new friends along the way when watching the sun set was so much joy while arguingContinue reading “Come, Sit With Me (my princess)”

Quirky (three poems)

          (My lovely quirky girls) she is unusual and unexpected in ways that may surprise you or worst worries you for that, you call her quirky but her weirdness is her best asset she stands out from the crowd she is inspiring and memorable still, you call her quirky she isContinue reading “Quirky (three poems)”

Surveillance

Surveillance is used by governments for intelligence gathering, prevention of crime, the protection of a process, person, group or object, or the investigation of crime. (https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki). Surveillance when used properly can really help any government in their crime watch campaign. That’s why it has become mandatory to put up cctv cameras in mostContinue reading “Surveillance”

To All The Prompts I Love (With a Dash of Covid on Top)

Day 25 NaPoWriMo Because it’s a Saturday, I have an (optional) prompt for you that takes a little time to work through — although you can certainly take short-cuts through it, if you like! The prompt, which you can find in its entirety here, was  developed by the poet and teacher Hoa Nguyen, asks youContinue reading “To All The Prompts I Love (With a Dash of Covid on Top)”

Thank You, Girls

NaPoWriMo Day 20 Today, in gratitude for making it to Day 20, our (optional) prompt asks you to write a poem about a handmade or homemade gift that you have received. It could be a friendship bracelet made for you by a grade-school classmate, an itchy sweater from your Aunt Louisa, a plateful of cinnamonContinue reading “Thank You, Girls”