This poem woke me up and wouldn’t leave me alone. The rhythm feels slightly off towards the last line but it insists it’s following the pattern of lilting and drifting, rhyming within to produce sound and feeling.
Let me know what you think. Continue reading
Eloise De Sousa’s Books and Publications Spotlight
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A fresh look at both children’s and adults’ stories that capture the imagination and inspire young minds.
Posted in Book Tuesday, Books, Weekly Trail
Tagged adult fiction, amazon, blogging, books, children, childrens books, crime, family, fiction, goodreads, Readers, suspense, thriller, writing
Welcome to this week’s round up of posts you might have missed on Smorgasbord this week. I hope that for those of you in North America are getting some respite from the searing heat of the last few days. The weather is certainly unpredictable at the moment although here in Ireland it is usually more…
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The house is still, no sounds to wake
The two-legged oafs
Who cried and moaned and quaked,
When sleeping is all the effort I’ll ever make. Continue reading
Posted in Life of Tarzan, Poetry, Weekly Trail
Tagged blogging, blogs, death, family, friendship, love, pets, poems, poetry