Alyssa looks beneath the snowflakes....
Don't miss this beauty.
When I woke up this morning it was a mere 1° F (-17.222 C)... but the sun is shining & the temperature is bit higher at a whopping 9° so far.
I'm grateful for the mild Winter season. We've seen alot worse, but that's Ohio.
I've always thought the tables would turn and we would start getting that warm weather like in Florida and that part of the world would have our cold snaps.
Who knows...maybe it will happen.
Snowglobes...I love to collect them. It's like trapping time in a bottle.
Your poem for Snowflakes shows us a deeper meaning.
One should look past the surface to touch reality.
So often we only see what's right in front of our eyes, but if we look closely enough...we'll see the hard cold truth.
Great writing as usual.
I love the way your mind works.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
"softness and beauty
come at a price"
It's such a seemingly simple phrase, but it only happens in the mind of a talented writer. I don't know how many poems I read each week, but it is very rare to read a phrase like that, one which required thought and vision and awareness. Outstanding!
Thanks Brenda for sharing Alyssa's snowflake-inspired poem with us. I agree with Bill that those two lines are brilliant.
"softness and beauty
come at a price"
The snow can be so lovely, but people living in it do have to be cautious.
Alyssa always brings a special uniqueness to these prompts. Sublime poetry to be sure.
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 2 months ago
Alyssa has written a unique piece on the word prompt, "Purpose."https://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-59
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 8 months ago
Alyssa shows us a different take on Adapt. How others want someone (her) to fail so they can be entertained. Read her intriguing poem herehttps://hubpages.com/literature/poetry-prompt-52
by Chitrangada Sharan 12 months ago
Hello John! This is an excellent response to the word prompt— Snowflakes. You have very well explained the meaning of the word, as well as composed a beautiful poem, The Snowflakes Inspector. This is educative as well as very beautifully expressed. The link was giving some trouble in the title...
by John Hansen 8 months ago
Please read Alyssa’s exceptional poetry based on the 7 Deadly Sins and the 7 Virtues.https://hubpages.com/literature/seven-sins-vs-virtues
by Rosina S Khan 12 months ago
Waiting for a new word prompt from Brenda? I guess so. Here is the link:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-45You will find amazing quotes too to give you deep insights and also interesting highlights of fellow writers' pieces based on the previous prompt, "Patience."
by John Hansen 12 months ago
Please read Pamela's wonderful poetry and information in response to Brenda's prompt 'snowflake.'https://hubpages.com/literature/My-Memo … -Snowflake
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