Atrocious

So the kids I work with are doing an acrostic poem on terrorism… so I thought I would join in!   Abolished, abandoned homes Tucked away so no one knows Reality of the terror faced day to day. Over and over gun shots reign Calamitously taking lives with no order. Innocent on lookers dead, Obliterating…

Remembrance

Against our chest our poppies stand To remember those in war-torn lands And also those who are in command Those with mental illnesses unplanned Those who have fallen, cannot stand And those with others manned Ready for war Ready for peace Those who have already fought And those who are fighting Together we stand To support…

Sorry – Day 18

Day 18: Think of your favorite book growing up. Use the title as inspiration for your next piece. What do you imagine when you read that title? Write a poem or a paragraph. Favourite book: I had so many favourite books from the Alex Series by Nancy Simpson, but I think my ultimate favourite was…

Isabelle Lightwood – Day 10

Day 10: Write a short rhyming poem inspired by the last novel you read. They should be connected to the theme or similar character.  The last novel I read was City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare. I was inspired by the character Isabelle Lightwood.  Dressed up in her best lace Whip curled around her arm…

Red Roses

I asked my followers on Facebook what they wanted to write. Someone said something of the romantic genre. So I wrote a Shakespearean Sonnet.    Bright red roses on a round table set for two Lights down, candles set all around Fairy lights hanging from the walls I look to With soft piano music playing in the…