Waves dance close against The edges of structures To the rhythm of chirping Cicadas, bending light, Sending patience packing, Leaving drops to streak Down steamed bodies In three-digit heat. Incognito eyes watching As the sun grins knowing She’s the most … Continue reading
unloading doubles, counting tiles amid nosh, swigs on a summer’s night Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved.
One hundred and one reasons my brother’s not a vegetarian.
Note: Bastet at Because We’re Poets gave us our first Photo Prompt (+ a few choice words): “We are going to work with Fire! The color of the fire element is red, its season is summer and hot weather, the sound is laughter, … Continue reading
This was a prompt by Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers. In exactly 100 words, write a story about the selected photograph. When I blacked out, the last thing I remember seeing was the fire truck. My head hurts…I feel all wet. What’s … Continue reading
the epitome of life is death, things intact, I could not cherish ♥ the breast brings life, milk to newborns and death, cancer to women old, young ♥ fresh fruit is passed for cheap, high-fructose corn syrup for lack of … Continue reading
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Tagged Cancer, Cats, Dogs, Donate, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Kidneys, Life & Death, Peace, Senryu, Toilet, War, Water, Women
little rainbow fish on grass far from creek, beware, furry fisherman Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved.