Photo Challenge: Muse

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Muse.”

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Soulfood ©mk17design


Bibliophiles, unite.


Prompt from here, where people talk about their favourite books and I just decided that I can’t decide. Rabid readers can never have enough books – whether they’re the most mainstream novels of the most underrated poems. For me, I like fiction. I don’t need anymore ugly truth than I already see with my own eyes. Fiction takes its readers to places where things are mad and wonderfully bizarre.

Now shall we take a trip down the rabbit hole?

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Photo Challenge: Letters

Prompt from here.
Because these are the letters that shaped me from the early years.

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A gazillion letters ©mk17design

Weekly Photo Challenge: Home

Prompt from here.

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Home ©mk17design

I’m a bibliophile.

We are writers.

We are forgetful people.

It’s likely that we forget your birthday,
or our anniversaries,
or when to pick up our laundries.

But we will remember every single details,
even things you won’t notice.

We remember what you wore when we first met,
and how you might have looked,
what you had for coffee,
or the way your eyes disappear when you laugh.

We are not sappy romantics.

We won’t come to your house at night,
and throw rocks at your windows.
It’s likely that we won’t bring you roses,
or sing you ballads with a borrowed guitar.

But we will spend hours, or days,
picking out word by word,
just to describe in a few lines,
how you make our lives beautiful.

We are writers.

Every word has a meaning to us.
So when we say we love you,
you should know they’re not just words.