posted by Sunday Scribblings at 3:45 PM
Rather a good fit for a poem I wrote yesterday celebrating a small miracle....
Hope you enjoy my miracles
I could think of a thousand miracles to write about yet my mind turned patriotic tonight. Very out of character for me!
I'm not so satisfied with my writing on 'puisi La' so I write another one on dandelion.
after break ups, its a miracle to move on http://distillingthoughts.blogspot.com/2008/09/separation.html
A miracle? Wassat?
Starting to write again....a miracle for sure.
A really good way of looking for the things in life that are amazing but we don't always think about.
just waiting for the miracle!
Hi everyone,Did this off the top of my head so it has an unpolished feel to it. I hope you still enjoy reading it.
"Not in this lifetime" is a short story about love in wartime and a choice made.
lots of new entrants since last i posted.. cool.. can't wait to hear what everyone has to say ....
Freddie King: She smiled at me / With honey lips / And then she stole my soul...
A poem for a rainy day: one more song before closing time
I submit for your consideration, the reason so many miracles happen.b
This works for me. I hope you like it. It's a long one.....:)
After a tiresome day at work, i took a little shortcut.
A most bizarre "L" in the word "miracLe."
So many things I could have said, but today, I'm offering more visuals than words. Good to be here, and looking forward to reading about all your miracles.
... and sometimes, miracles are small. Or sarcastically invoked.
It doesn't have to be miraculous to be a miracle, or to at least seem like one.
Miracles come in many forms.
here by way of thom g...i need a prompt.
Here's a miracle:UP AND RUNNING, at THE MANE POINT
I was mainly thinking of personal miracles...
Irony meets miracle
I found this topic hard to write with, maybe it was nerves!?! IDK
I went a little fiction with this one...http://chefdruckwrites.blogspot.com/2008/09/miracle.html
I've written the anti-miracle. Check it out at:http://sharala.blogspot.com/2008/09/miracle.html
semi biographical, thinking of my dad...http://www.quinbrowne.com/2008/09/sunday-scribblings-ii.html
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Okay... I deleted my last comment because of a spelling error, and I am a bit late getting this done. Unusual splendid occurrence... I believe in them...
All I could think about is Midas touch. Hope you like it !!http://raysofthoughts.blogspot.com/2008/09/midas-touch.html
Looks like a great challenge. Enjoyed some of the sites, will keep popping in to see how it is going.
Thanks for a great prompt. I don't always like writing prompts but these seem like they will actually be fun! For more prompts and story ideas, you're all welcome to visit http://www.debgallardo.com/virtuoso/ where I help fiction writers find story ideas, offer creative writing exercises, tips and resources, and story inspiration. Drop by any time and let me know what you think.Deb Gallardo
Miracle or not?Sometimes, outcomes reveal God's sense of humor.Blessings all,LindaTHE BIG HITTER, at NICKERS AND INK
Small miracles may reveal immense power:A THISTLE’S EPISTLE, at PRACTICALLY AT HOME
Just a short entry this time. :-) Can't wait for the next prompt!
maybe miracles can be found in our willingness to go on in the face of great challenges and despair.
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