I just revised this poem. I revised it because after reading it with fresh eyes I realized that it needed something else, it needed a facelift, a poetic facelift. I am going to try and practice what I learned at The Martha's Vineyard Institute of CreativeWriting. I was fortunate enough to attend this program a… Continue reading Revised: An Empty Love Letter
I forgot it was Monday and that I should be sharing some music. In the spirit of this weekend-here are my choices. Notice the recurring theme! Because I am a queen that thing goes on-and-on. https://youtu.be/Mq86e4Fhja0 https://youtu.be/T6QKqFPRZSA https://youtu.be/-CPCs7vVz6s
Let’s Share: Mary Beth
I made a new friend at a conference I attended over the weekend. Please stop by her and visit her blog. She was absolutely delightful and kind. She definitely had an infectious smile. Happy Monday! https://mbcoudal.com/about/
Puck and Arielle Collide
This is what happens when a high strong spirit collides with an ill-behaved sprite.
What would happen if Puck and Ariel met in an unexpected encounter? Defining their roles as male and female is what leads to this short creation of a wild meeting between two mystical characters. This is what happens when a high strong spirit collides with an ill-behaved sprite.
Setting: Puck and Arielle arrive at Kate and Petruchio’s home before the return from Bianca’s wedding.
Puck: How now fair spirit? Why come’st though to this home?
Arielle: Watch thy tone with me nimble sprite. Question me not as to why I enter this abode.
Puck: Fiery and stormy I gather you will show me how thy tempest is created?
Arielle: Dost thou take me for a fool to play such silly games with a woodland tool.
Puck: Thou dost surely need this tool to calm thy storm.
Arielle: And thou must need a storm…
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