Sunday Share: Sonnets and So Much More

Not many people write sonnets any more and even less write them well.  At the blog Andy Maudling Writes you will get exactly that, great writing. Here is a little taste: In Line Sunday Sonnet We evolve to understand ourselves, To know we know much less. Like books, we sit in line on shelves; Each spine becomes…

Sunday Share: Alphabet Haiku and a Photo Challenge

I got wrapped up in challenges this month.  I wasn’t looking for any, I swear!  But first came around Alphabet Haiku.  Did you know that Haiku was originally, and still should be if it’s not, considered a form of meditation?  I wrote one just for fun and then I saw that I could do it! …

Sunday Share: A Witty Lens

First of all:  IF I ASKED YOU ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO IF YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO LET ME SHARE YOUR BLOG, AND THEN NEVER SHARED IT, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.  I have this sinking feeling that I forgot about some’s share.  I have been able to get posting really ahead of time, which makes…

Sunday Share: My Own Private Lilliput

I have been following Subatomic Tourism’s blog for quite a while.  I make a little pit stop, enjoy my time, and go about my day with a smile.  It’s a curious little blog.  It’s certainly different and it will be possibly difficult to explain why I like it, but I absolutely love it.  Some of…

Sunday Share: Whispers in the Dark

I recently found Beau Allen’s poetry blog.  It is fully of finely crafted poems and I genuinely encourage you to click on the link and read them.  The post I link to is about a collection called Whispers in the Dark.  These poems do indeed have a darkness and even in the ones where no…

Sunday Share: Birthday Reflections

I’ve just read a lovely post written by Judy Dykstra Brown and I connected all too much to the superstition and reflections around birthdays. I wrote about some similar things here: The Big Day Along with a wonderfully written post, and blog!, there was a very moving poem included in this post.  Please check out…

An Opinionated Sunday Share

My Sunday Share this week is a lovely blog called Of Opinions. It’s definitely not the political ball of anger leftist/rightist page you might assume it to be – current political climate aside.  It’s a nice blog from a twenty something.  I enjoyed reading this piece: Of Not Writing a Diary In a way, it’s a…

Sunday Share: Where Do I Begin?!

I clicked around looking for a blog to share for this Sunday.  Yes, I am happy to say I am bringing Sunday Share back!  I stopped by this blog and my first thought was that I loved the poem on…the cover page?  It was the best argument about the pros and cons on the digital…

Sharing is Caring, or is it?

This is what I’m musing about on a Sunday.  Sundays are “Sunday Share” days, as you know, and I will get to that next week because I have some love to share, don’t you worry.  But first, something has been bothering me.  It’s about the friendly way to share, and the, well, I don’t know…

Sunday Share: Wonderful Nonfiction!

Here is today’s Sunday Share and it really is a great one.  For some reason, it really got me in the feels.  Check it out: The Connecticut Nobody On the home page, Hannah writes: I’m sometimes told by poop-heads that these memories aren’t worth anything and they don’t matter because they’re in the past. Those…

Sunday Share: Ocean

From the blog Here I Am is a poem I have read several times and will read a few more.  And I will enjoy it more every time.  If there are many more poems like this on this blog I may never get any work done.  Please check it out. Ocean Listen here,   I…

Sunday Share: Voices of Ancestors

Voices of Ancestors has an amazing blog similar to mine.  She has something my blog doesn’t have, however.  Her information goes generations back.  It’s amazing to read.  Humbling really.  Sherry E. Rier wrote a Memorial Day Post, (I did not, shame on me) and it is very bittersweet.  Please check out this wonderful blog. Memorial…