Category Archive: Collaboration

Six Words Story: Forever

Illustration by Poet Rummager Forever mine. I keep him handcuffed. My six word story was inspired by Karina Pinella’s fabulous post, The Devil’s Command. Click HERE to visit and follow her blog!!

Death’s Lullaby

Photograph by Inese – Click HERE to visit and follow her blog!   Death leaned in with a kiss – stealing my breath away. He brought me poppy flowers – blood red with… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story: Soft Ground

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! Traversing this landscape was familiar yet strange. The ground felt soft. Wind whooshed around Manny, and he tumbled; airborne. He saw… Continue reading

In Your Blue

Photograph by Scooj – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   Floating in your blue – quickening pulses race through me with thoughts of you.   My haiku (above) was inspired… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poem: Sharp Petals

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   I grow sharp petals – keeping them honed to prevent love from burgeoning.   Give me lust lilies and wanton,… Continue reading

Smudged

  Footsteps echoing. Dirt trudged through once pristine parts of my cranium.  👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣 Sullied… Continue reading

Blemishes

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog! (Even the beautiful sun has blemishes)   Erase my mistakes from his eyes. Allow him not to see those flaws. Cut… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story: In the Distance

Photograph by Francis – Click to visit and follow his blog! I saw it there in the distance. A streak of luminescence in an otherwise dismal world. I hungered for it; staring unblinking.… Continue reading

Moon Lust

Photograph by Monica – Click here to visit and follow her blog! Cumulus lusted after the Moon. For centuries, he hid in her shadow – gazing at her luminescent face, enthralled by her… Continue reading

Serrated Smile

Photograph by FlyTrapMan   She felt the knife pierce her chest.       The agony of her ripping flesh tore an anguished scream from inside Why? She shrieked. Why? The knife said nothing – merely… Continue reading