Read Brenda's wonderful poetic response to her own prompt "breakfast."
I love all three of your poems Brenda, and the song by Seth Sentry is great (sounds like an Aussie to me.)
I'm certain there are more men going to breakfast for that same reason...not just an Aussie....lol!
I'm glad to hear my muse came through with flying colors.
I stumbled across that song & then had to jot down a few lines.
Thank you, John, for sharing Brenda's article.
I love your poetry, Brenda, which is amazing and commendable. I think it is a superb response to your own prompt, "Breakfast." All the best.
Hi John, I've read the three articles. It's nice to have breakfast before dashing out to work or school. Even my professor in university had to emphases that before his students.
My take is that breakfast does the body a lot of good. It helps start to kick my day off.
Much thanks to Brenda.
We often rush to get to that first appointment or we wake up a bit late.
Glad you enjoyed the three pieces of poetry.
In my brain, I know that's true.
Now I just gotta convince myself to take the time.
That is an interesting composition by Brenda, thanks for sharing.
All three of Brenda's poems were fun to read. I wonder how many people go to diners not for the food, but for company? I would take a guess that it is not all that rare. Thanks John for sharing her work with us.
Your poems are all wonderful, and I especially liked A Delectable "Feast". That was a funny poem. Your video was very good also.
Thank you for posting Brenda's article, John.
by John Hansen 5 days ago
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Te … Not-EnoughBrenda this is a touching poem, and the song by Casting Clowns “Scars in Heaven” is amazing.
by Rosina S Khan 5 months ago
This was beautiful but sad poetry. Relatable and enjoyable on the other hand. Readers please read Brenda's lovely poetry from the link below:https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-De … -HeartacheHi Brenda,I know you wrote this poetry with Ron in mind and at heart. Beautifully composed....
by John Hansen 9 months ago
Please read Brenda's 'Blitz" poem. https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Hi … ide-PersonYou did a great job with this Brenda. Well done.
by Misbah Sheikh 5 weeks ago
Please take some time to read this short and beautiful poem by Brenda. Here's the link:https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Fur-Babies-LoveThank you!Bredz, I loved reading your beautiful poem and enjoyed all the pictures you posted. I also loved the quotes you shared. I especially loved the quote...
by Misbah Sheikh 10 months ago
Please take some time to read this very beautiful and thought provoking poem by Brenda. Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Co … s-FarewellBredz, I believe there is always something good in a bad situation. Staying optimistic is one of the most important keys to living a...
by Peggy Woods 10 months ago
Brenda never fails to challenge our perceptions. In this case, she humanizes the man in the moon. Is he sad? You decide by reading her poem. https://letterpile.com/poetry/Poem-Man-in-The-Moon
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