Word of the Day Monday (Collude)

Collude (verb/kuh-LOOD)- to conspire or plot. Example of use: The two companies had colluded to keep prices high. All the Same The dangers times with which we live Not only one but all Take whatever we will give To the freedoms we do have fall Not on group or the other takes the blame In it allContinue reading “Word of the Day Monday (Collude)”

Writing Prompt Friday (Shadow)

Writing prompt for today is shadow My Shadow Walking along the rolling hills Loneliness my heart does fill Path it seems not a soul insight Sun beats down casting light Mind it wanders feeling alone When what to my side is shown A shadow cast upon the ground While it walks beside me without aContinue reading “Writing Prompt Friday (Shadow)”

Erotic Wednesday (Point of No Return)

Point of No Return Slowly gliding the blinders over my eyes I quietly sigh Tracing fingers along my skin light Senses heightened with no sight Whisper in my ear ‘I know what you need’ And on this you will feed Hand slides between my thighs I give a nocturnal sighs Taking hold of what youContinue reading “Erotic Wednesday (Point of No Return)”

Love Poem Tuesday (Love You Give to Me)

Love You Give to Me Filling my heart with love every day Like cup filled to the brim With the sweetest wine that ever tasted Not a drop will be wasted But treasured and held to be consumed Intoxicated with the sweetest joy To feel drunk with happiness To stumble and stager with glee YourContinue reading “Love Poem Tuesday (Love You Give to Me)”

Would you, could you?? — johncoyote

O so sweet, O so soft… My dearest miracle, I was alone till you blessed me with your sweet kiss and your gentle voice. Once I asked you. Would you, could you, love me? You whispered. After 50 years of, O so sweet, O so soft, we shall know, promises made are meaningless or not, […]Continue reading “Would you, could you?? — johncoyote”

Word of the Day Monday (Inflammable)

The word of the day is inflammable. Inflammable (adjective. in-FLAM-uh-bul)-Describes things that can easily catch fire. It also means easily excited or angered. Example of use: The gas is highly inflammable. The messenger trembled as he stuttered out the news of the army’s defeat to the highly inflammable king. Freedom Slips Away This time that we liveContinue reading “Word of the Day Monday (Inflammable)”