Please take a few moments to read Brenda’s wonderful poetic response to her “snowflake” prompt.
I enjoyed these poems very much, Brenda.
Very enjoyable and lovely poetry based on your own prompt, Brenda. Thanks for the awesome contribution.
Thank you, John, for sharing Brenda's work.
Thank you so much for sharing this one.
I'm glad you enjoyed them.
My muse is still pondering on a few pieces, maybe I'll get them finished later.
It looks like we might be in for our first Official Snowstorm of the year...
Beautiful poems Brenda. I enjoyed reading them. So are the quotes and videos. A very good response to your own word prompt. Have a great day and week.
Poetic, soft, dreamy, and creative---
I loved your poems and your response, Brenda.
Thank you for sharing this beautiful post, John.
Have a great week both of you.
I like yourpoems about sowflakes, Brenda. You pictures and videos are also enjoyable.
Thank you for posting Brenda' poems John.
As usual a delightful read. This is so sweet response to the word prompt, 'Snowflakes' I enjoyed reading your beautiful poems, Bredz. The second one especially touched my heart. The video and quotes you shared are also very nice. Thank you so much for sharing.
John, thank you so much for sharing the link to Brenda's hub and for posting this forum
Keep smiling and stay healthy. Blessings to both of you!!
No complaints here. Ohio has been cold, but thank God those snowflakes missed us.
We have snow on the ground, but nothing like other parts of the United States.
We have been so far, but I guess I need to go to the store to stock up a few supplies in case the electric goes out.
We've got a storm heading our way for Wednesday night into Thursday.
It sounds like alot of people will get plummeted with snowflakes, but as luck would have it...We're suppose to get ice.
Then maybe a bit of snow on top. I'd much rather have the snow than the ice.
It causes alot of outages and crews can't get out to work on them.
I'll be dreaming of snowflakes while I watch the ice fall.
by John Hansen 11 months ago
Check out Brenda’s own response to her word prompt “sand.”https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-The-Sands-of-TimeExcellent work on these poems, Brenda.
by John Hansen 12 months ago
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by Pamela Oglesby 12 months ago
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by Ravi Rajan 2 months ago
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by Chitrangada Sharan 10 months ago
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by Misbah Sheikh 10 months ago
Please take some time to read Rosina's short story that she has written in response to prompt#18 of Earl S. Wynn’s article, “101 Writing Prompts to Inspire You.” Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Thr … e-GangsterHi Rosina, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your story. I like...
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