Just a little bit of humor
Just a little simple poem with no particular form composed quickly while looking at the photo challenge below. A Free Versed Poem.
Our words this week are:
– black and white
– unusual and common
Help my hair is turning gray, I suppose that means I have had many, too many birthdays. The question now is should I go black or white?
Honestly, both have their advantages, unusual as they might be, yet as common as staying gray. Gray or grey, whatever!
Why not join in this weekend on the fun at —
Opposing Forces – Saturday Mix, 25 September 2021
Welcome to the Saturday Mix, 25 September 2021!
The ‘Double Take’ challenge TODAY focuses on the use of homophones. You have two sets of homophones and you are challenged to use all of them in your response – which can be poetry or prose.
Our homophone sets this week are:
nays – votes against
neighs – a horse vocalize
pain – hurts
pane – a single pane glass
My participation is below:
Life today! Don't get too close. Look through a window instead. But then the pane of glass; it shatters; Oh, the pain of hearing! Hearing Yeas, over the nays! Bad over good! Accepted, even wild horses wail their neighs! Society! What happened? Nature in conflict while Disharmony thickens!
mindlovemiserysmenagerie Reminds us It is First Line Friday! Welcome and let’s get writing.
You have a week to write it, enjoy! Include the first line of course! Tag it Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie, First Line Fridays, and short fiction.
Ta Da! ♫ Your first line is **People see what makes sense to them, reality notwithstanding.**
Below see my attempt at offending someone!
**People see what makes sense to them, reality notwithstanding.** It all boils down to lifestyle and Pride. Today especially, with the new normal that is plugged. The "New Normal" defined as:
You’re a racist!
Boy or Girl or to be determined!
Cops are bad; crooks are good!
Riots/looters are peaceful!
Processions/A March are terror!
Liberal voice loud
Any other New Normals to report — leave in the comments.
My challenge to you!
A Photo Challenge #359
Can’t find my thinking cap! Don’t say it, I know what you’re thinking!
Tale Weaver – #299 – Over The Top – October 29th I took the challenge anyway!
OVER THE TOP
Looking way Over the top
Stooping under the bottom
Licking a sweet lollipop
Enjoying the cool Autumn
Having indeed a great day
After sleeping sound all night
Cut last blooms for a bouquet
Thinking of what now to write
Now reaching for my laptop
Designing away something —
Anything … Over the top
Over on my sidebar there is a quote that inspired me today. Together with a prompt word SWITCH not to mention Mindlovemiserysmenagerie below.
“Right is right even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it.”
First time for me with the explanation below through the inspiration of Mindlovemiserysmenagerie Poetry known as Vers Beacoup.
The Vers Beaucoup, a poem created by Curt Mongold, is French for “many rhymes.” Each stanza consists of four lines with a rhyming word scheme of:
My creative verse below rhyming scheme as above with three stanza of three groups
If you get the ITCH to SWITCH, that’s RICH
Don’t DITCH! WOW, do it NOW by golly
Take that VOW! Plan AHEAD, use your HEAD
Before your DEAD! WRITE what’s RIGHT!
Don’t FRIGHT; we UNITE for the FIGHT
Be a KNIGHT! READ now let’s LEAD —
WEED out evil! Pull the PLUG rid that THUG
So very SMUG! GAIN hope to DRAIN!
It’s DEEP don’t fall ASLEEP, WEEP for
The SHEEP! An ARRAY of truth we PRAY
TODAY. To set us FREE we can all AGREE
With GLEE! Soon to sing the LATE Deep STATE!
OPPOSITES ATTRACT This challenge is all about “opposing forces” and the use of antithesis in our writing. Our words this week are:
– ascend and descend
– hope and despair
My post in the form of a Haibun with Haiku
God indeed works in mysterious ways. Take life as an example. There are those people who are their best when they are at their lowest; in other words, they seem to sink or descend to the lowest point before rising to ascend to great heights. That is the way of life, and even God Himself fell three times when He carried His Cross before He rose. He never despaired, but hoped for our salvation.
All called to follow
Up down, to and fro we go
Heaven is our goal