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That Thrill of Swooning – Poem for a Prompt ‘The First Time’

That Thrill of Swooning Perhaps my belt was cinched a bit too tightly or afternoons in July down South are just too hot and humid and ripe. I can’t be sure exactly what is was about the first time I felt your arms around me –  your lips close enough to kiss. Even the salty […]

The First Time

Written for the random prompt – “The first time”   The first time I saw you, My heartbeat was caught, The first time we spoke, I’d found what I sought, The first time we danced, The crowd disappeared, The first time we kissed, My soul had been seared, The first time we touched, I burned […]

Conversations of Importance – A Love Poem

Conversations of Importance I haven’t made a list of everything about you that I’m thankful for however on the window seat there is an imperfectly preserved teddy to whom I often whisper all my wishes and all my prayers. Lists are solid inconvenient reminders better left unwritten. Love is solid, too, but better suited to […]

First Time for Everything

(Done off the cuff and half asleep.) “Are you sure you know what you’re doing, Roy?” “Of course, I’ve done this plenty of times, Jackson.” “All I’m thinking is that there are a lot of wires and that generator is pretty big.  One slip and the entire building can explode.” “You’re exaggerating out of stress […]

The First Time… (Triquain)

The First Time… The first time You put your hand on mine It was tentative and questioning Wondering if I felt the same thing for you too I responded with a squeeze and smile Hoping it was the start Of new love

Random prompt

Here is a random prompt for those who wish to participate: “The first time” You can use it literally–using the words or just be inspired to write about your experience doing…whatever you did for the first time. Let’s have some fun 🙂

Monsters, Magic Items, and Thingies from M T McGuire

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Today’s list comes from M T McGuire!  Enjoy the weekend! Gralark A member of the crow family, this bird has a grainy coloration to help blend in with the wheat fields.  It feeds off insects and rodents, using its camouflage to sneak up on prey. There are sharp barbs…


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