Writer’s Lift Wednesday #29

This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets, artists and persons random. All re-blogs will be linked appropriately to their authors and creators.

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(1)  Our crutches smile, and surface pleases; / While lives fall apart, and turn into pieces.Satre’s Hades,” truer words…

(2) “Celtic Sounds,” I feel the same way. Celtic music produces a unique invocation.

(3) I don’t know if the piece “Haifoss, Iceland (4000×6000)” is an untouched image or not – nor do I care – as this is but one reason (out of endless reasons) as to why I will be visiting Iceland in the future. Raw, breathtaking beauty.

Christina Schmidt, MA
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1. “Satre’s Hades,” by Ricardo Sexton via RS:C||PHER

– Our crutches smile, and surface pleases;
While lives fall apart, and turn into pieces.
At their church’s steeples, we are chancers;
Medicating a cancer as Hell is Other People.

read the full piece here

2. “Celtic Sounds,” by Keith Garrett via keithgarrettpoetry

Irish music from a faraway land,

Mystical tunes Into my mind, they are heard.

Soothing to the soul, these words listened too,

Closing my eyes, drifting Into a dream state of peace.

These voices of Angels’ singing so soft,

Echoes Into your thoughts,’ feelings’ of at ease.

read the full piece here

3. “Haifoss, Iceland (4000×6000)” by u/thatphotographyguy89 via Reddit.com (r/EarthPorn)