Ronovan gives us some stupendous words again this week: "charm and look." I love all the meanings of these words and how versatile they are. In addition, we are asked to use opposites. Ronovan says: "If your first sentence is about how lovely something is, the second sentences should be how horrible it is." Make … Continue reading RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #75 Charm & Look
Let’s help Lance out so that he achieves his goal of 250 followers! ❤
I officially started my blog on 16th November 2014, but the original objective was to raise visibility of my debut novel, Eleven Miles, which was published on the 16th of December.
Since then, I have made so many good friends on WordPress. I have learned a lot, especially by participating in Blogging 101. Most of all, I have had a lot of fun exploring other blogs and posting a variety of posts and pages on my own blog.
I am particularly proud of my time-traveling Coach Tours, which have proved to be very popular. The latest, number seven, visited the Shandu Summer Palace, where my tourists met Kublai Khan and Marco Polo. In the words of one of my friends, “it was a hoot!”
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I love when Ronovan gives us a challenge with the words he chooses! Both words, cake and wolf, have various meanings that really spoke to me this week. I had to flex my haiku using different forms of the words because of the many options. Tell me which you liked best! "The Lothario" Cake = … Continue reading RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #74 Cake & Wolf
Ronovan's words this week feature the words: black and white. I wanted to talk about the colors and hues of the different stages of love. Instead, I settled on the final stage of love, since I consider it to be the most golden and cherished. This haiku is called, "Love is Golden." Thanks for stopping … Continue reading RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #73 Black & White
A coating of snow and frost on our oak tree Nature's artwork is amazing! More snow predicted for tonight! We are loving this weather! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Thanks for stopping by,
I saw on the weather broadcast for Thanksgiving Day that northern California was finally receiving some relief from the drought. Heavy snowfall was falling in an attempt to remedy some of the worst drought conditions ever recorded in our history. Ronovan's words for the week are "life and give," quite fitting for Thanksgiving week. As … Continue reading RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #72 Life & Give
The woman – All ebony hair, long and hanging down Stands – At the edge of an emotional abyss Waiting – For the terror to subside And for her heart to stop breaking. The man – All muscled and fair, surrounded by a dark aura of intensity Stands – Bracing for the worst Waiting – … Continue reading Waiting For Love
After a long journey from one side of the country to almost the other side of the country, I must say that I have missed my Haiku creating the most of all my blogging challenges. I am happy to be back and have missed you all! Ron's words this week are poignant in their possible … Continue reading RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #71 Cover & Color
I hate that I don’t have time for this, but if you do please join in! What fun!!! ❤
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It is a great pleasure for me to announce the
1st Halloween-Poem Contest
on ‘Writer’s Treasure Chest’.
Every author and poet are invited to participate and deliver a “Halloween-Poem” to my email address: email@example.com, together with their picture.
There are a few rules to follow:
- Your poem needs a Halloween theme.
- Your poem needs a minimum of 99 words.
- Your poem has to be delivered to my email address until Halloween, October 31, 2015, 9 pm Eastern Time.
- Please avoid violence, bad language, and sexual content within the poems. It would be disqualified.
Every poem that meets the rules and is delivered within the deadline will be published here on “Writer’s Treasure Chest” together with the provided picture.
I am honored to announce that the following authors have agreed to participate as judges in the jury who will decide on the winners of the contest:
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It is Haiku Friday and I am excited to share Ronovan's words this week: tide and flesh. I used family in place of flesh because I like the connotation that it gave to my haiku. I am calling this, "Family Relations." Thank for popping in. I am glad to see you all!