Oh my, when a storm brews in...Alyssa's dark side comes out.
She's written a piece that is very deep and dark.
Put on your thinking caps and help me figure it out.
When a storm is brewing outside, your thoughts create something deep & dark.
I'm not certain about this one. Jump in here and tell me where I've went wrong.
He's out shopping the streets at night for his next victim to use in his experiments.
The he either reads a newspaper headline or recalls words said from the past that he can't get out of his mind.
His search continues.
But this time he is determined.
Right before he takes his next victim, he feels panic, he can't breathe, he has a bitter taste in his mouth.
He's now ready.
He walks behind someone like a haunting shadow.
It's time to collect.
I posted a link in the word prompt articles.
This is a very dark poem, Alyssa, but a good one. I think it might reflect the dark side of shopping for just that right thing.
Oh my goodness! This brought a huge smile to my face this morning! Thank you all so much for the kind words. I always try to leave each piece up to interpretation and I love yours, Brenda! I'm glad I left out the words; it certainly made the tone much darker.
I love thunderstorms! Always have, and I think they help draw out the creativity. I know you are further south than I am, Brenda. I hope all is well. Up here in central, we mostly got wind and rain. I'm not looking forward to the temperature drop, but according to the news this morning, we're in for another round of high temps, storms, and low temps next week.
So glad to see you finally found us here.
Glad you liked my interpretation, but I can't wait to see how others interpret this one.
As far as the weather...So far, I'm good.
But get ready for the rollercoaster....this is some strange weather for December.
Take care & stay safe.
Wow, Alyssa! Your piece made me think of a mass murderer hunting his next victim. Those tornadoes last night caused so much devastation. Praying for all those affected. I know you like thunderstorms, but hope you stay safe.
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 6 months ago
Alyssa has written us another piece of work innher usual flair...Take a moment to read this one.https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-53
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 12 months ago
Read Alyssa's words on Anxiety.She describes it well.https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-39
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 11 months ago
Alyssa has Wowed me with her words once again!Take a moment to read her piece on Forgiveness. https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-46
by John R Wilsdon 10 years ago
I love HubPages. It is the very first format that has allowed me to earn any money from my writing. Other sites used my writing to make money, but the reward was less than satisfying, as most of you may understand.Here is the problem. A lot of my articles are being copied. These articles are being...
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 8 weeks ago
Alyssa has written a unique piece on the word prompt, "Purpose."https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-59
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 2 months ago
Alyssa has weaved us quite a story with four poems about the word prompt "Seasons. "Each one is written as a feeling.https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-57
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