#FOWC, Word Prompts

No, No… Better Not!

52 WORDS 4 Sammiscribbles

When Truth scorned
ignored, denied or hidden;
impossible, never!

Truth is perpetual, forever!
Why then do many doubt?
God IS! He is Truth with a
capital letter.

To continue to deny the Supernatural
certainty is eternal death.

There is a God, the word to
Fear, the word to tremble to hear
Anathema!

 

https://sammiscribbles.wordpress.com/2019/03/30/weekend-writing-prompt-99-anathema/

#FOWC, Tanka Tuesday by Colleen Chesbro

The Devil Dances

Lately, the mainstream news is overwhelmingly blaring; “he said this and she said that” a seesaw of ups and downs.
Yet, I was again inspired to post due to the constant abuse of continued nothings.

Compose this SHADORMA. A form of poetry composed of six lines, no rhyme and 26 syllables total. My post here is an acceptance of Colleen Chesebro Challenge Tanka Poetry; her challenge is to use the synonyms for the words “Hobby and Play” look for the synonym underlined.

Also, Shadorma poetry is a syllabic poem with a meter of 3/5/3/3/7/5.

Hall of Shame
Mainstream ruse — passion
Pursuance
Not of Truth
Still, flirt with conspiracy 
The devil dances!

FOWC = https://fivedotoh.com/2019/03/26/fowc-with-fandango-post/

Chesebro Challenge 

 

dVerse

When is a Troll not a MONSTER …?

Sing sing a troll
Round and round we go                                     ♫ Trolling Down the River
Now don’t be shy
Raise that voice         
As we troll along —
We await our turn
Humming our style
Now Reach up
Grap those vibes
Before they run away
Musical notes swaying
Our day away

 

 

Something to Cheer You for dVerse

The word for the quadrille today is “troll” or any variation or arrangement of it somehow in a poem.

Frank Hubeny says the hard part of a quadrille is that it must have exactly 44 words (excluding title). Some people find 99-word stories difficult. A quadrille permits less than half that many words.

#FOWC, true story

Americans— Examine your Conscience

A real personal story about me! Born and raised in Chicago and growing up to hear from my parents; “We are Democrats,” why, I asked as a young teenager one day, and they simply told me, “because the Democrats were for the poor, and we are not rich.” Later in my life, met the man I married, he also being born and raised from a staunchly Democratic family in Chicago. Years later as things began to change subtly both within the Catholic Church and all political organizations. “Why are we still Democrats?”
I asked him one day, “when their values have changed; and are no longer our values.” We agreed to change parties and never looked back.

Today while watching the news, it is a sad day, when good Americans are so disappointed when they see their President is found innocent of any crime. I remember a day when all Americans would hold their head up high, whether they liked the Presidents personality or not but still would be proud to know he was not a criminal as suspected.

America FIRST before politics was the mind of the people.

You don’t have to like him, so… don’t invite him to dinner, but be proud that your beloved Country has an innocent President, innocent maybe not of personal sins, who is? Innocent of the conspiracy/Russia story.

Come on! Is that the party you want, an injured party that by their own doing represent a dying body, a corpse-like organization because they cheer not for America, not for Truth and Justice but the power of their agenda know as the Godless NWO. Sooner or later they no doubt will get their “guy” a globalist in power, then we will indeed have something SAD to say. Not Today, HOWEVER!

Know that at that time God will intervene.

The word prompt #Corpse from FOWC daily prompt here – https://fivedotoh.com/2019/03/25/fowc-with-fandango-corpse/

#FOWC

Rhyming today’s NEWS

The prompt word today from Fandango is “PALTRY.
My thinking hat is worn out today, I could not create, however, wanting to help those who always have good ideas.  Thinking about the news with their use of the same words over, and over. Words to describe what we hear constantly and their rhymes or near rhymes make an exciting blog in itself, such as.

 

Consider the word Paltry rhymes with COSTLY
News rhymes with RUSE
Media with OPHIDIA or OPHIDIAN
Collusion with CONCLUSION
Impeach with LEECH
Politics with TRICKS
Russian with NOTHING

Hope this helps jog your creative genius.

Ah! Another Challenge

Temper Tantrum

I took the challenge… prompt is IMPERVIOUS in just 99 words.  

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I feel horrible today for the “Never Trump” folks; honestly, I do.   (hee hee)

They are so impervious to Truth, and I wonder why that is?  I don’t quite understand, someone, please enlighten me.  I do relate to their emotions and how disappointed they must be today, I know because I have been there.  Remember Obama who will always be known for his famous words, “If you like your doctor you can keep him/her.”

It will soon pass, and you will feel better, I know been there done that, not the temper tantrum, prayed instead, try it!

 

#FOWC

This is so very INTRIGUING!

Intriguing as in Fandango  Word Prompt.

Early this morning looking out into the heavens was so intriguing since the moon was still so very full, bright and beautiful.

This tidbit from the Old Farmers Almanac was also intriguing along with being informative about the full moon in March 2019.

THE FULL MOON AND EASTER
Did you know: Easter Sunday (in the Western Christian Church) ​​​​is celebrated on the first Sunday after the full Moon that occurs on or just after the vernal equinox.

Since the full Moon AND the vernal equinox both fall on March 20 this year (in North America, at least), you might expect that Easter Sunday would be on the following Sunday, March 24.

However, for simplicity’s sake, the Church set a fixed date for the equinox, March 21. Additionally, the Church does not rely on the date of the astronomical full Moon, but rather the ecclesiastical full Moon, which occurs on the 14th day of the ecclesiastical lunar month. The date of the ecclesiastical full Moon may fall one to two days before the astronomical full Moon. Therefore, because the first full Moon after March 21 doesn’t occur until April 19 this year, Easter Sunday 2019 falls on Sunday, April 21!

(This is not the first time the church’s “set” equinox and astronomy’s “moving” equinox affected Easter’s date; it last happened in 1981 and will happen again in 2038.)

#FPQ

Fandango’s Provocative Question, answered by me!

Each week Fandango will pose what he thinks is a provocative question for other bloggers consideration. His question is below, why not give us your input, just click here link:

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“Do you believe in fate and predestination? If so, what or who is the source? If you do believe in predestination, is there anything anyone can do to change their predestined fate?”

I believe God has a purpose for every one of us in this life and on an appointed day, we will die. Prayer is most important in the discovery of this purpose without prayer we are left to our own discretion, and more often we are doomed to failure. God, however in my belief, also hears the prayers of others when they pray for us, especially our parents. He mainly listens to parents, when a parent curses their children, He hears that too!

We make our own choices, it’s called free will, to choose right from wrong that is what determines our peace of soul. God who knows everything knows our options before we make them He did not create us to be puppets. God wants us to depend on Him, which is why He showed us in the Bible the perfect prayer known as the Lord’s Prayer aka The Our Father, that prayer when you offer it has everything we need.

There is only One God not many gods as stated in the First of the Ten Commandments. The First three Commandments are how we are expected to treat God; the other Seven Commandments are how we are supposed to treat each other. It’s not that difficult. To pray is to be humble and God loves humility, to say no to prayer is Pride. As long as we have breath, it is never too late to start, but when we draw that last one, our will is fixed forever. Why? Because if we choose not to want God in our life, why would we want Him in the next?

Sorry Fandango, for the preaching, but you asked for it!