Everybody dreaded getting the newspaper. But like a good little herd of sheep, every morning, everyone who was old enough to read, stood in line in the three places the paper was given out – the central grocery store, the post office on the other side of town, and theRead More →

This Moment – A Haiku powerful moment alive in the present dance expansion awaits Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014 Daily Prompt: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/11/daily-prompt-forward/ My Spiritual Answer to this prompt can be found here: http://shrineofhecate.wordpress.com/2014/01/11/living-in-the-moment-creating-a-future/ Read More →

Today’s Flash Fiction is based on the following picture prompt from http://flashfriday.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/flash-friday-vol-2-5/ The Portal “No, John. No, don’t.” The panic in her voice was as deep as the forest was vast. “It’s okay, it really is safe.” “I am not going through there.” “A little late for that, or do youRead More →

The Outsider I was always the outsider, the lonely one, the one who was picked on, bullied, messed with. I was the one that everyone vented their frustration on, not only in school but also at home. I was different after all, different in the many ways no one understood,Read More →

Allure her delicate charmsfragile rainbow colored eyesfleeting enchantment Written for today’s prompt: Write about anything you’d like, but make sure that all seven colors of the rainbow — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet — make an appearance in the post, either through word or image. That above HaikuRead More →

Happiness within found dancing amidst moments of mundane living Today’s Prompt: What does “happiness” look like to you? Happiness to me is a part of my spiritual practice – this post is a little unusual for me, considering that I usually like to keep my spiritual thoughts away from myRead More →

Truth Or Dare I should have told him. Maybe it would have been a better idea to get clean about what I had done. There was nothing better then telling the truth, relieving the burden upon one’s chest, the heaviness that came with the reflection of what happened, and theRead More →