Turning home #Haiku Challenge 156 @RonovanWrites

RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge 156 with prompt words - Ocean, Shore   On your shore, it calls Oceans apart, waves carry Echoes' crescendo. ~ FlorenceT   © 2017 FlorenceT Copyright reserved. The author asserts her moral and legal rights over this work.  

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  Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You'll find what you need to furnish it - memory, friends you can trust,          love of learning, and other such things. That way it will go with you wherever you journey.                                                                                  Tad Williams   © 2014... Continue Reading →

This is home

A guest poem – ‘This is Home’ – on Eye Will Not Cry. Enjoy!

MEANINGS AND MUSINGS

Eyewillnotcry1973’s invitation was a surprise, and humbling and daunting, given how well he writes. 

Well I try, and here is the result…

This is home

Unsure of her reception
Despite an invitation
She steps across the threshold
Into her fantasy
And she waits.

Continue reading ‘This is home

Thanks again Eyewillnotcry1973 for your invitation, and a fitting image for the poem…?  🙂

It has been fun.  And to quote Eyewillnotcry1973 “your interpretation of my words, is of course yours“.

And those who do not know Eyewillnotcry1973 and his words, visit Eye Will Not Cryand you’ll be mesmerized.

Enjoy!

– FlorenceT

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This is home

Eyewillnotcry1973's invitation was a surprise, and humbling and daunting, given how well he writes.  Well I try, and here is the result... This is home Unsure of her reception Despite an invitation She steps across the threshold Into her fantasy And she waits. Continue reading 'This is home'... Thanks again Eyewillnotcry1973 for your invitation, and... Continue Reading →

Day 11 Home

When I was twelve, home was a safe haven. It was a place where I was protected, cared for and my safety ensured. Within this 3-bedroom brick home of modest proportions, home was a relatively calm place of doing the usual stuff – education and learning for the children. Functional routine and discipline were in... Continue Reading →

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