I celebrated Thanksgiving in an old fashioned way. I invited everyone in the neighborhood to my house, we had an enormous feast, and then I killed them and took their land. -Jon Stewart
Perhaps I should just let this quote stand alone, but I feel compelled to add that I am thankful for a number of things, both tangible and intangible. I do not mean this to be disrespectful, just to remind myself...and anyone else who happens to find themselves here, that the things we have often come to us at the expense of others. So, let's all share and play nice!
This delightful photo prompt is provided by Tess Kincade at Magpie Tales. Click on the title to go there. This is also linked to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads. Their theme is gratitude though they also allow other topics too. While this isn't exactly about gratitude, who isn't grateful for love like this?
Your world, your future depend on it - but no pressure...
This is called Fibonacci poem (or Fib) is a multiple-line verse based on the Fibonacci sequence so that the number of syllables in each line equals the total number of syllables in the preceding two lines. There is no set number of lines, but of course, it's more difficult with each succeeding line so most are 6 - 8 lines long. I learned of this form through a wonderful example by Annie Perconti. (Photo by ice891)
This is written in response to the picture writing prompt provided at Magpie Tales and the promp 'Omen' offered from Sunday Scribblings. Click on the names to check out both these sites. The from is a Dectina Refrain created by Marion Friedenthal, with each line containing the following syllables: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and the refrain repeats lines 1-4.