Slaves of time

Writer's Dream

We are slaves of time,
for our scars will reflect our past
while our wounds will ache
till we tend to them.

We are slaves of time,
forever in debt with our master.
Devouring our will to lash back,
there’s no escape from her jaws.

We are slaves of time,
slowly guiding each other to our sure end.
For she brought out all the dirt
exposing the shadow we barely knew.

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Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, April 5th 2017 Magnolia (Kobushi)

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Dear friends of MLMM,

Finally it is spring here at The Netherlands. As I look around me I see all kinds of blossoms bloom for example cherry blossoms, but I also see Magnolia bloom in almost every garden in my neighborhood. This gives me really a spring feeling and I love it.

This week’s theme for Heeding Haiku With is Magnolia (Kobushi), it is a kigo (seasonword) for spring. Maybe you know that haiku uses kigo to point to the season in which the haiku was written.

MAGNOLIA

Here I have an example written by myself last year (2016):

blossoming Magnolia
one of its branches scattered –
on the credenza

© Chèvrefeuille

And another one I wrote back in 2014:

an empty vase –
without hesitation
I cut the Magnolia

© Chèvrefeuille

Well … I think I have given you enough inspiration for this week’s…

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One-Liner Wednesday – Elvis has left the … ladies’ restroom?

Possibly the funniest thing about this picture is the looks I got when I came out of the bathroom stall: I couldn’t turn the shutter sound off on my phone camera.

Care to attempt a caption… or five?

PLEASE click the picture to read the note on the sign.

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Writing Wednesday – 5 April 2017

AngieTrafford

Hello everybody and welcome to another Writing Wednesday. The idea of this is I am going to write about whatever subject has inspired me this week.

Everybody is welcome to join in, of course, and you can do that by either writing something in the comments or giving me a pingback to your work. (It goes without saying that you should feel free to share your work if you get the urge to do so!)

What am I going to use as my inspiration this week?

The word… Time.

Never enough

Time is something that was always running out for me. I was always late. It became something that I was known for but it was never out of choice.

I always planned to be on time. Everything down to the last detail was all planned out. You know, which days I was going to work on an essay, how…

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Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt by Nikolad92

Mundus Media Ink

SPY

Spy Silhouette by Nikolad92 – DeviantArt

Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

Challenge

Use this prompt to think outside the box, to go somewhere with your writing that you had never dared go before. See what kind of magic you can work with that brilliant mind of yours. You are a storyteller so this will be a breeze.

Maybe you could use this prompt to add a scene to the current book you are writing. Maybe you could start a short story that you can give away for free to subscribers of your blog. A picture like this can spark ideas you may never have considered.

The Rules

There aren’t really many rules, just enough to get your blog some attention and get new people interested in your writing or the current book you have to offer.

  • Write in any genre you like – poetry too
  • Tag this post in your post (share…

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