Perplexed by the number of books placed haphazardly around the room, and upon shelves, Danny felt the overwhelming urge to run, in the opposite direction. There was no way for him to find the secret she claimed to have left, in the amount of time given.
Carly always had a mysterious way about her. It’s what intrigued Danny most.
It’s how she knew they would never find his body…
June Writing Prompt – On top of the pile was the answer to everything – Day 13/30
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The lovely Helene of Willow Poetry has challenged us with “What do you See?”. You may write a poem, haiku, tanka or short story that represents what you see or feel within you. More info can be found in the link below.
A place so full of wonder, some say you’ll disappear
Into other’s imaginations, and places of unknown
Perhaps you’ll even find yourself, sat upon a throne
Oh, the many places, a book or two, will take you
Inside, secrets held, which perchance, could wake you
Watch the crystal ball, as it spins its magical spell
What happens next, friends, you simply cannot quell
Mystery and power, oh! And dragons, dance in rhyme
Guaranteed, I have no doubt, you’ll have a marvelous time!
So, step inside my parlor, grab a seat there, on the floor
And I’ll tell you about the library, a place you will adore
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I can’t believe it! Five years have flown by and my little blog has an anniversary today. It seemed only yesterday when I posted my first article, back when I wasn’t posting my poetry (That’s officially in January).
Of course, I wouldn’t be here without the support and friendship from so many in the WordPress community, family and friends. I never dreamed I would make it this far, and yet, 13 books later, with #14 in my hands awaiting editing, I am still here. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention our dear friend, Paul Lenzi, who left us far too soon. He helped me in so many ways. I would never be able to thank him enough.
And so, off to year six, and Lord only knows what it will bring! Many thanks to all of you, for allowing me to share my thoughts (sometimes crazy ones) and cheering me on. Because of you, I am able to continue my dream. See ya round the blogosphere! ❤