Animals Are Indeed Your Best Friends

Wait, don’t go away. You’re not on the wrong blog nor have I started a food blog. This fish actually has been my only friend today and you will soon know why, If you stay a little longer, instead of just pushing the ‘like’ button.

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Dear Abby Has No Issues

Day Seven of Everyday Inspiration course gave five Twitters, and choose one that elicited a response from me. As I could shape the post in any way I want, I am going to write a letter, and for that, I can also cover the prompt of Day Eight of the course.

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Why It Does Not Matter Where I Write

Day Six of Everyday Inspiration course prompt is to describe the space I write. Where do I write? Right now I’m in the reception area of an office where I will have a meeting. I always arrive earlier for my appointments because I add extra time for traffic jams, looking for a parking place, etc. […]

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Locked in Thoughts

 Day Five of Everyday Inspiration course starts with an epigraph, and then we can write about anything. I have a perfect marriage of an image and a quote that I have rambled on for a while but didn’t post. This is the photo. The rest will happen as I write. Bear with me.

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My Voice by Oscar Wilde

Day Four of Everyday Inspiration course asks for a story, essays, poems, and personal musings in a single image. I have chosen my image though, instead of the stock photos provided, and a poem by Oscar Wilde. I should have written something myself, but this prompt didn’t lead me to it. The call was stronger […]

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Half-Light

Give a sigh of bliss Healing and soothing cold hearts For we’ll never know

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Farewell

It is Day 10 of Writing 101 Poetry Course. The Prompt is Farewell by… yours truly, Lucile de Godoy. Ben Huberman, WP editor and host of the Poetry Course, has asked 10 alumnae and alumni of Writing 201: Poetry to come up with themes to inspire brand new poems for this new course.  I am […]

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Camouflage

It’s Day 9 of Writing101 Poetry Course and the prompt is Camouflage by Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha For today’s poem, take inspiration from camouflage — you may apply it in any way you like, whether you write about visual or social dissimulation, or focus on the way we hide our myriad emotions, actions, and reactions. What would […]

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