A Few Didactic Cinquains

Inspired by Light Motifs II’s Didactic Cinquain

Written for Abigail’s Challenge

Idea originated here: Tao Talk

What:

5-Line Poem Challenge

How:

Line 1 = one single word = NOUN
Line 2 = two words that describe that noun = ADJECTIVES
Line 3 = three words that express action and end in -ing= VERBS
Line 4 = a four-word phrase about the way the noun makes you feel = PHRASE
Line 5 = a synonym of the initial noun = NOUN

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Thanksgiving Tag

November and Thanksgiving are two of my favorite things:D Everything from the gorgeous colored leafs to the crisp cool air, and football games and oh so delicious food! Laughter and family, hot chocolate, and amazing hot baths… there’s a million things of which to be thankful, so I’m starting a tag, so we all can share. Rules: 1. List your thankful ABC. 2. Add one theme clip art to your post. 3. Tag 3 people who’d you hope would participate. Thankful ABC: Animals Blankets Calculators Daughters Eye shadow Fridays Gloss Help Intelligence Justice Knitted socks Looks of desire Mistakes New … Continue reading Thanksgiving Tag

#CFFC: Places People Live #6

Theme: Places People Live I live in the hugs of my girls, In the coffee shop I visit, and The memories with friends. I live in the parks I walk, In the tears that fall, In all my beginnings, and every end. I live in the words I speak, in the Truths of my life, in the stories I tell. I live from the love I give, the kindness Shared, and within hearts who knew me well. I am me in this life, I am Just the Human form. In the after years, though, the marvelous thing, I’ll live forever … Continue reading #CFFC: Places People Live #6

#CFFC: Places People Visit #5

Theme: Places people visit. For my family, the playground is a popular place. It’s nice to head there on an early evening and watch the kids all play together. Summer afternoons are especially fun. Mommy loves when the girls burn off stream and sleep well. I also chose this photo because it’s “before” and ” the past “. So often, individuals visit the past for answers to current questions. Families may revisit the past to remember memories of a lost loved one. Those who are in therapy, or journal will reread entries, to find patterns, triggers, and evaluate improvement. You … Continue reading #CFFC: Places People Visit #5

God, Have Mercy

I hear music all the time. Songs from generations ago, and stuff that’s on the radio today. I’ve heard such a vast mix of genres, artists, and types of music. It’s been my diary, my best friend, my voice, and my blanket of safety. Anytime I needed healing, I replied on music to work it’s magic… And it ALWAYS prevailed. But, as years passed, and Ive grown from a child to a young adult… And a young and inexperienced foolish newly wed, to this wise and refined concept of beauty, I’ve listened to old familiar songs and heard them for … Continue reading God, Have Mercy

#CFFC 2

Check out Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge here:D *This week the theme is: Things people grow* I don’t know how ANYONE gets through a week without me time! I’ve grown it’s allotted time in my life because I kind of like my sanity. I need quiet, to recharge and escape all the overwhelming stimuli that’s in my life. So, people grow the amount of me time once they realize it’s something they deserve. Continue reading #CFFC 2

Four

Four little porcupines Set out on their morning walk, Down four sets of hallway stairs, Deep in piney talk, Out the yellow door went Mr North, Out the blue went Mr South, Then came a third, and Mr Forth. Little buttoned sweaters, matching Boots and hats, One, two, three, Four… Oh dear, here come the rats!! Wobble wobble, wibble Roll… They escaped two by two, But Mr North barely made it, With the gum under his shoe! Continue reading Four

#WAD: Exemplify

The buzzing was so persistent! Fredrick didn’t silence his phone due to his type of work, and his aging parents, but this was quickly escalating his irritation. In addition to this unnecessary interruption, he angrily mumbled “Everyone knows my Thursdays are the same weekly!!!” {Big, deep, breath in…. Big extensive exhale…out} Fredrick repeated this brief but effective breathing exercise. If one truth was certain, he wasn’t going to allow his impatience to get the best of him. While growing up, his father would exemplify the ugliness of an easily angered man. Fredrick vowed he’d never follow that particular set of … Continue reading #WAD: Exemplify

#FF: Re-humanizing Cafe

Photo Prompt ©️Dale Rogerson This patio welcomed every passerby. The funny part is, NYC natives tell the same story: after a brief stay, every resident reroutes ship to sail this street as often as possible. Ezra did just that. Angelina’s Sip & Sweets was the best, hands down. The light’s collapsed upon an atmosphere of adventure, wonder and, yet, peace. Graduating from year to year, the coffee shop gained the best preposterous stories; satisfying the craze of so many ill-fuctioning businessmen. Ezra sheepishly chuckled. In her 29 years, she’s, occasionally,  relied on her hot mocha latte to survived work with a horrendous hangover. Whoops! … Continue reading #FF: Re-humanizing Cafe

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Me🌺

I am a twin. I love rainbows. I’m 5’5″ tall. I could live without bacon and the beach. I only drink Pure Leaf and Gold Peak Tea. I was born in the evening. My first pet was a dog. I played the Saxophone and Clarinet in high school. I prefer nights. The only Broadway show I’ve ever seen is Cats. I want to do Private Investigation work but feel to late to begin. I am attracted to both genders (Bisexual) and personality (Demisexual). Seven o’clock is my favorite hour of the day. I’ve never been drunk. I’ve been on a cruise. Now I will tag 5 … Continue reading 15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Me🌺

Depend on You

  “Wow, that’s high!”, thought the snail, “How will I ever eat now?” “You can ride on my shell!” the turtle exclaimed. ” To slow!” thought the snail. “You can sit on my wings!” the Robin added. “To fast!” thought the snail. The only reasonable answer the snail 🐌 could find is to inch her way up all on her own. She’s never too slow, where the meal becomes ruined; or she has to make it first. She’s never too fast, where the meal has yet to arrive, when she’s hungry. She proudly learned to depend on herself.   Continue reading Depend on You

What To Post On Instagram: 33 Amazing Content Ideas – Plann

Stuck for what to post on Instagram? These 33 amazing content ideas will help you get back on track and keep your followers engaged. — Read on http://www.plannthat.com/what-to-post-on-instagram/ I’m so thankful I came across this amazing list! The variety in the suggestions is awesome. This is a must have saved link for every person on any social media site💟☯️💟☯️💟☯️ Continue reading What To Post On Instagram: 33 Amazing Content Ideas – Plann

Day Two

Prompt: Do you need solitude? Like flowers need the rain to grow! I didn’t realize this necessity until recently, when I truly began discovering myself. Growing up, when I was in trouble, my mother would send me to my room, or to sit on the steps. Truth be told, and thank God she didn’t know this, I didn’t mind! Nooooo, I didn’t misbehave to intentionally isolate myself. A few years ago, I was reading about Personality types, types of people, and such ways that help one identify who he or she is. I tested to be an INFJ, commonly Introverted, … Continue reading Day Two