Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge 31 Review

I am so excited about this. It is for a wonderful cause.




defrosting cold casesAlice de Sturler of Defrosting Cold Cases: Okay don’t you just love her name? I mean really? Her blog is perhaps the most unique I have come across.DCC is a resource blog for those interested in old unsolved homicides and wrongful convictions. Many cases have no web presence or a very limited one.” I call her Haiku this week Sprint’. I was so thrilled to see Alice throw her glasses in the ring I had to share here there and well that’s kind of it, you know. You know, she looks athletic from her photo. I think I might would become a cold case of fear if she got mad at me, thus the big write up here today.

SW ysobel of Spunky Wayfarer. Isn’t that a great name for a blog?“Spunky Wayfarer is my nom de plume…

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday- The Voice

Not just for kids!

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The Voice Writer's Quote Wednesday

“The Voice” was written by Shel Silverstein. Not only did he write poetry, he was also a talented musician, songwriter and playwright. To read more about Silverstein and see more examples of his work, you can check him out- here.

I chose this poem for my quote this week in honor of Kris’s birthday. This poem has always reminded me of my middle child. I used to read poems from “Falling Up” and “Where the Sidewalk Ends” to my children when they were younger.

I like the message. Not only for Kris, but for everyone. It’s important to listen to that voice inside of you.

Thank you to Colleen at Silver Threading for hosting Writer’s Quote Wednesday!


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