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7
Aug

Love in the shades of rainbow

Literary Lemonades

A little attempt to sprinkle the shades of rainbow over my deepest emotions for him ❤

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31
Jul

Hope

Hope, you sit outside looking at me

Peering as if shyly through lashes

Not wanting me to know that you see

Looking back out the window at thee

Hope, there you are again so pretty

Shining, twirling and spinning around

Never do you show any pity

Crashing, spiraling down to the ground

 

Hope, why must you always come right back

Staring at me, I know you are there

I feel you, my heart wants to attack

Waiting for that fissure again here

 

Hope, I want to hate you, send you away

You snicker and come closer to me

The window to my soul has your sway

Ripping me to shreds again today?

 

Hope, so relentless and sweet, shall it be all mine?

With a mixture of bated breath and fear I wait

Each time I hear that one indeed it is divine

My heart sits suspended, while you decide its fate

 

Hope, how long do you think this time I have to wait?

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31
Jul

Bed Time Story

30
Jul

‘Being A Cat’ Challenge

NO CLUE FICTION

A new challenge for this week: 30 july – 5 august. Have fun!
Inspired by MexiMinnesotana and her cat Willy 😁

Rules:

There are 4 variants, choose any.

#1. Describe how the cat on the photo below sees the world.  kattenplaatjes1#2. Open any book you haven’t read yet on the page 8. Read the first sentence (above) on that page. Write a flash, poem or story. 

In my case it will be the book of Anthony Doerr ‘All the light we cannot see’, page 8.
Phrase ->‘still have bumblebees carved into the oak; the ivy-covered fountain in the courtyard is shaped like a hive.’
IMG_3590#3. Write the letter (or short note) from the cat. The letter starts with the words: ‘I’m telling you this because you are the only one who won’t judge me…’

#4. Post a photo of your own cat with the story behind…

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