Update on Poetry Contest

Originally posted on KaylaAnn:
This contest has been such a success! First, I just want to give a huge THANK YOU to all the participates and even to those who are not participating but are sharing the contest for others to see. There were over +50 competitors and you all brought your A-game! I am…

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Lingering Death

© By: Lisa M. Gordier, March 9, 2017 (77 words, 25 lines) My soul is broken Cared for no longer By those once loved Shattered to pieces On the floor   Silent ache Of horrid memory Soulmate so dear Keeps death Knocking at my door   Silent tears Run down my cheek Unbidden and unwelcome […]

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The Traveling Pocket Watch

© By: Lisa M. Gordier; July 21, 2015 (1,556 words) It’s June, 1893, and in January the American Railway Association finally standardized timekeeping across all the railways. Why am I mentioning this? Because I am among the first watches made by the Ball Watch Co. given to a conductor on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. […]

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Forest Lost

© By: Lisa M. Gordier, November 14, 2017 (84 words, 20 lines) Come have fun with me and see what you can write. This is my entry for….Contest: Writer’s Cramp – Writer’s.Com In five short days, our beautiful trees were gone. The homes we nested, where we loved.   Humans had come, with cutting machines […]

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Day 14 NaNo – Resting Eyes & Fingers

Well, it’s obvious I skipped out on Day 13 of NaNoWriMo, but I’m here on Day 14 and feeling slightly better rested. I picked up my computer today and wrote 750 words, to bring my total word count to 20,538.  Of course if you’re on track with you’re word count you should be somewhere in […]

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The nine main stereotypes of writers

Originally posted on The Cat's Write:
When most people picture a writer they imagine an intelligent but crazy bohemian hermit who spends their days addicted to caffeine in all its forms and dreaming up fantastical worlds and despicable murders.  It may shock some people to learn that some writers may enjoy going to the beach, love the…

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Day 12 NaNo – Never Thought So

Well what do you know? Day Twelve of NaNoWriMo is almost over for plenty of us. My fingers are beginning to cramp and I’d hate to think what they’d feel like if I were using just a pen and paper! I wrote just over 1,000 words today. Not quite my goal so I’m only up […]

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