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Admiration of Thunderous White Walls

Who would have ever thought that within this breasted wall lays beneath the existence of innocence past With desires of setting and exploding a bomb blast. At the beautiful sight of the thunderous walls Came down the white mist with such a roar With such a great forceful and tall demand Majestically standing you turn… Continue reading Admiration of Thunderous White Walls

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Punctuation Marks

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “By the Dots.”

Although I am fascinated by punctuation marks, I tend to miss use some of them.

I have quite a few punctuation marks that I like using. I try my best to use them correctly.  The commas are one punctuation that I try to get in the right part of a statement making sure that I do not run with the sentence making the reader go out of breath having them read on and on without a break or making sure to prevent a misunderstanding of a statement.  The misunderstanding of a statement can really go bad.

I love over using exclamation!!!  I enjoy over using them only when I am truly excited and want to make sure that I get the message across that I am really ecstatic over something, and hoping whoever is reading my writings, is sincerely sharing of my overly joy and join in my excitement!

Sometimes when I am writing my thoughts or a passage,  I tend to interrupt myself with certain afterthoughts that although it may not be needed, or it does not necessarily pertain to the story, yet it may give a little humor, or emphasis to the writing, I will place the thought in parenthesis.

The usage of punctuation marks is so important.   It helps get the message across in a clear manner.

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Writing 201:Poetry Day 7: Neighborhood, Ballad, Assonance What do you think about when you think about your neighborhood? In the morning rising bright I watch the children with delight With delight, I watch them walk Towards their school with sprightly talks. Full of spirits skipping along, To hurry ‘fore the bells ding dong.

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Evil Exists All About Us

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

Write about evil: how you understand it (or don’t), what you think it means, or a way it’s manifested, either in the world at large or in your life.

Evil has existed since the beginning of time and it exists in many different forms.  You have evil existing in all Government office across the world, there are strangers who commit evil acts, and monstrous acts from family members and/or friends, you can also say there are spiritual evil lurking behind a dark realm.

All though wickedness is just wrong across the board, I believe the worse evil act that can be committed is the one coming from a family member or someone you thought was a trusted friend.  Intentionally hurting a family member with a horrible offensive act can devitalize life and can take years of healing for those hurting.  It is even worse when those who created the heinous act has no remorse and claim innocence.

I have heard many say that good cannot exist without evil.  I refuse to gravitate to this horrific thought.  But giving the history of many stories, both past and present, it seems it has no desire to be put to rest and will continue to play its atrocious acts of destruction.

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I. Embrace Imperfection and II. You Are Fine

 Writing 201: Poetry Day 4: Imperfection, Limerick, Enjambment I.   Embrace the imperfection it’s the only correction deal with them crazies, and give them those daisies Then enjoy the expression. II.  Don’t fret over false friends that leave you behind don’t panic to think that you are not kind that will never matter, because you… Continue reading I. Embrace Imperfection and II. You Are Fine