Walls

Walls—barriers forourselvesand the outside world.Their allegianceresides with us—within us.Timechallengesby way of neglect,loss;cracked piecestossed into afusion sea.Graffiti soulstaresback—numbed and tortured bydeath.Gouged,missing parts,yet still leftstanding.We kick away thebroken pieces,apply patchesuntil thewrecking ballof timetakes theentire wall down. Linking life and poetry,Denise

A Few Sweets for Valentine

ValentineFlirtatious, AdmireCuddling, Romancing, BesottingSpark, Radiant, Hostile, UnhappyOpposing, Defaming, DuelingBitter, CruelEnemy Diamante is a diamond shaped poem with seven lines. The first line is a noun/subject, the second line are adjectives of the noun, and the third line are –ing words relating to the noun. Then the fourth line has two words describing the noun, and [...]

Mary Higgins Clark

When I first began reading seriously, the only books I would read were by Sidney Sheldon and Mary Higgins Clark, so it is with great sadness to learn Mary Higgins Clark passed away on Friday. She was 92-years old. She truly was one of a kind, working hard to earn the title Queen of Suspense. [...]