You have only one key. It can only open one door. A million dollar question is- Which door is it, when there are so many that could potentially be "your" door? You thought it would be easy, but it's not. Don't panic, though! Just keep calm and keep unlocking...or at least try to.
Cloud watching can be very relaxing. It can take our minds off the troubles of ever day life. For children this exercise can help improve focus, imagination and build self-confidence. It can be a fun activity during a vacation while hiking or relaxing on a beach, trying to interpret the shapes made.
The article contains poems and is written in response to Brenda Arledge’s word prompt challenge week 30, “Clouds. I hope the readers will enjoy reading it.
Response ~ Brenda' s Word Prompt ~ Week 30" - "Clouds Bring Peace"; "Turmoil of Good & Evil"; & "Changing Masterpiece " includes 1 acrostic poem & 2 other pieces of poetry.
"Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 30" is an article to help inspire our creativity. I choose a single word prompt encouaging others to write a poem, a short story, a song or any combination. The only requirement is to relax and have fun writing.
A word prompt/word challenge thrown down by Brenda Arledge. I, in turn, throw down a 'Freedom Challenge'. What will it take for some American citizens to realize what they already have here, but are participating in giving it away, with each new day?
Dedicated to the heroic personnel of military, police, along with security forces and their endless battles with the real enemy; all while trying to save lives yet not allowed to do so. Trying to win a war they were never allowed to. Doing their best completing dangerous and thankless tasks.
"Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 29" is an article to help inspire our creativity. I choose a single word prompt encouaging others to write a poem, a short story, a song or any combination. The only requirement is to relax and have fun writing.
Repetition or a pattern for strategic success?
A cinquain is a short poem that has five lines and is written in the English language. It has become increasingly popular in recent years because of its simplicity. Adelaide Crapsey was the one who came up with this lovely poetry over a century ago. Its structure is similar to that of Japanese