Beautiful Blogger Award

Beautiful Blogger Award – Someone “Likes” Me

To Rhonda, at Help Me Rhonda at: http://help-me-rhonda.com

Thank you so very much for the nomination.  I am both delighted and thankful.

I encourage all of you to visit Rhonda’s blog, view her wonderful photographs and writing, and friend her.  Rhonda, thank you once again for thinking of me.

To be in compliance, I must nominate 7 blogs.  Although there are many blogs that I love visiting, I have chosen the following seven.  They are:

http://littleboxofbooks.wordpress.com – the blog of Liz Blackmore. short stories, children’s books

http://patpiercegarcia.wordpress.com – the blog of Pat Garcia – writer/singer/songwriter

http://foodforays.com – Food Forays where I look for my next delicious recipes to try

 http://thecreativecat.net/   – The Creative Cat  (I LOVE this site)

http://patcegan.wordpress.com – Source of Inspiration – the name says it all!

http://manicddaily.wordpress.com/  – Manic Daily – the blog of Karin Gustafson, published author

http://57andthensome.wordpress.com – Plucky Umbrella – wonderful photography and writing

If you seven nominees choose to accept this award…copy and paste the award icon to your blogs, provide a link to the one who nominated you (hello), then nominate seven blogs that you would like to recognize, and let them know that you have nominated them.

Thank you to all whom I’m following here on WordPress.  Your poetry, writing, writing tips, screenwriting tips, art, photography, short films, music and other videos, journals, recipes, haikus, quotes, and so on…are all very inspiring to me.

I would also like to thank the 309 followers who are following me.  Your friendship, encouragement and support is most appreciated.

Sincerely,

Mary Ann

strawberry leaves, forever

i hear the to and fro sounds

of a pin-striped towel

drying off shoulders

back and buttocks

i draw nearer


draped in terry towel grace

wet hair, wet face

he kisses me

nips my bottom lip


lively winds blow

the kind that links

improv to years


the kind that

finds beetles

running through

strawberry leaves

hiding , finding, reminding

wandering hand in hand

forever
by mary ann blinkhorn

of sun and sand

torn,

the paper

that i’ve

ceased to

write upon

 

firmly

pressingly

patiently

merely

precisely real

 

loud outburst

save it

keep the story

below the surface

 

without compromise

without exception

absorbing the sounds of

half-finished voice

 

bouquets of stems

no false faces

no road

no trees

the everlasting new

 

another round of

ready, set, go

another round

that melts right into

the beginning

of mirror’s words

another round of measure

spoken with softer lips

 

labeled storage boxes

of sun and sand

a little black dress, dry cleaned

dancing around the face of a clock

 

dry winter hands

clever eye spots a

poor man’s art

decidedly building

on the decided

 

one egg beaten

one in the pan

four in the carton kept cold

 

when all was said and done

it left you

with better tolerance

didn’t it, allen?

me too

 

by mary ann blinkhorn

walkabout – the importance of writing good premises

she walks around

regarding her premises

naked riddles

viewed by fully-clothed mindsets

seeing nothing

 

she pauses

dresses them up a bit

adds familiar hats

 

she walks around

regarding her premises

naked riddles

sporting familiar hats

viewed by fully clothed mindsets

seeing nickels and dimes, now

 

she pauses

enters her closet

returns with accessory items

applies them to premises

showing off their favorable uniqueness

 

she walks around

regarding her premises

naked riddles

sporting familiar hats

and accessory items

showing off their favorable uniqueness

viewed by fully clothed mindsets

seeing nickels and dimes

 

and a few dollar signs
by mary ann blinkhorn

tea at 3

sitting at table 

rose and blue laugh merrily

as picasso

playing with sugar cubes

trembles with joy

and feeling de light

escapes into state-of-the-art idea

he dampens cloth napkin

with cold tea

wipes his brow

please keep this to yourselves, he says

we’re in this together

by mary ann blinkhorn

Written for:  http://www.threewordwednesday.com