Melenesian Sonnet Notes

Created by: Jose Rizal M ReyesStructure: Octave and sestetMeter: Decasyllabic LinesRhyme scheme: aabaaaba aababb Example A Simple Flash! By Larry Eberhart She thinks perhaps I dream of her at nightand miss her when she’s somewhere out of sight.She believes that somehow I deserve respectand am her thoughtful brave and charming knight.She thinks it’s fun to … Continue reading Melenesian Sonnet Notes

Nature On Ceramic — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Artwork By Ceramic Artist Amelia Johannsen “Amelia’s profound connection with nature shines through in her work, combining contemporary design with colors and textures found in the great outdoors. She creates wild scenes from roaring beaches and hidden corners from pristine forests, reminding us that nature is never far away.” Decorative Ceramic Plates   PORTFOLIO On…Nature On Ceramic … Continue reading Nature On Ceramic — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Taurus II by Mike Oldfield Taurus II1982New Age Mike Oldfield Mike OldfieldNew AgeBorn: 15 May 1953, Reading, Berkshire, UKNationality: British Oldfield is a musician, composer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, best known for his debut album Tubular Bells in 1973. Primarily a guitarist Oldfield also plays a range of instruments including keyboards and percussion, as well as doing vocals. Throughout his … Continue reading Taurus II by Mike Oldfield

Abecedarium Notes

Commonly used as didactic poems or children, such as A is for Apple,…, the Abecedarium is a poem with words or stanzas beginning with successive letters of the alphabet. Example As Easy as ABC b Jez Farmer Arouse the senses,Breath meeting quivering lips,Craving mouth-watering moments;Delirium found in lust's first kiss. Eagerly tongues caress,Foment inner dilatation,Grasping … Continue reading Abecedarium Notes



Afternoon Everyone,

Welcome to the weekly #writephoto prompt!

Money, money, money, Must be funny, In the rich man’s world!

What sort of things could you do if you had a little money? I can’t wait to find out.

Money – Image by KL Caley

For visually challenged writers, the image shows lots of trays of British money from coppers to notes.

The regulars already know this bit, but for those that don’t:

  • EachThursdayatNoon GMTI will post the #writephoto prompt
  • Use the image and prompt as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, as long as it is fairly family-friendly.
  • Please have your entries linked back to the original prompt post by the followingTuesdayatNoon GMT.
  • Link back to this postwith a pingback (Hugh has an excellenttutorial here

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Brewer’s Sparrow — Sonoran Images

You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Sparrows fascinate me. They exemplify how evolution works. The various species have evolved to fill every conceivable ecological niche. There are desert dwellers, grassland specialists, woodland sparrows, and sparrows that prefer to be near water. Like Darwin’s […]Brewer’s … Continue reading Brewer’s Sparrow — Sonoran Images


KEEP AWAY FROM THE WATER There is no scent of roses hereAs there was in that quiet Cathedral.No flowers at all.Only the drunks hiccuping home, singing,Keeping well away from the grey and hungry water Hissing right up to the sea wall, All frosted and glittering. Bitter sleet whipping their cold faces, Whitening their hair, Whitening […]KEEP … Continue reading KEEP AWAY FROM THE WATER — Gwen Grant Poems

Architectural Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

ANNETTE SCHREIBER   Artwork By ANNETTE SCHREIBER   “Through reading I discovered the beauty and art of architecture. “The Fountainhead” by Ayn Rand got me started in architectural photography. Old, new, elaborate or plain, tall or small; these constructions reflect people and their personalities. It is their artwork, their legacy. They express their personality and…Architectural Photography — … Continue reading Architectural Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

I Miss The Mountains | Coronavirus’ Days — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Kaushik Dolui is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the series ‘Closed Life’.  To see Kaushik’s body of work, click on any image.             In the series “Closed Life” I focus on the issue of isolation in times of Covid-19 and the related…I Miss The … Continue reading I Miss The Mountains | Coronavirus’ Days — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Emilia di Liverpool by Gaetano Donizetti Emilia di Liverpool1824Opera Gaetano Donizetti Gaetano DonizettiOperaBorn: 29 November 1797, Bergamo, ItalyNationality: ItalianDied: 8 April 1848, Bergamo, Italy Donizetti was a composer best known for almost 70 operas. He was one of the leading composers of the bel canto opera style, along with Vincenzo Bellini and Gioachino Rossini, during the first half of the … Continue reading Emilia di Liverpool by Gaetano Donizetti

Selfish by The Knack

Baby gonna shut you down She got a funny little face But her body don't quit An-an-and every time she come around She give a wiggle and a wink But she don't give a shit about Anybody else but herself No she doesn't care for nobody else It's just me me me me She's so selfish...

As You Lightly Go

As the autumn leaf that floats on past me Sacred waters must carry you away And there are no words left for me to say For now you must travel forever free...

International Day of Peace 2021


Introduction – International Day of Peace is celebrated on September 21 every year all over the world to spread peace worldwide with great happiness.  At present, many parts of the world conflict with one another due to several reasons. So, this day is more important for understanding the idea of peace and provides an opportunity to resolve between several countries.


History – International Day of Peace is also known as World Peace Day is observed on September 21 annually globally. In the year 1981, the United Nations passed a common resolution that was jointly sponsored by Costa Rica and the United Kingdom. This day was observed on September 21 every year was decided in the year 2001. International Day of Peace may benefit for the whole world to avoid conflict and global ceasefire between conflicting countries. This day was observing a 24-hour cease-fire and non-violence between conflicting countries.

Theme –…

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Simply 6 Minutes—Welcome To The Challenge: 09/21/2021

Stine Writing

Welcome to the 6 minute challenge!

Today’s prompt is:

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*****For any participants that do NOT like restrictions, please feel free to participate in any way you would like. It is great to read the contributions!****

  1. Set up a timer or sit near a clock so you can keep track of the six minutes you will be writing.
  2. You can either use one of the prompts (photo or written) or you can free-write.
  3. Get ready and write for 6 minutes, that is it! Can you write a complete story? Can you think of a new Sonnet? Can you write 400 words? 400? 500? There are no restrictions on what kind of writing you do, but you should try to be actively writing for six minutes.
  4. After you are done writing, include your word count and then post back to this page #Simply6Minutes or include your link in the comments section…

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Celestial Music by John Donne

I have a friend who still believes in heaven. Not a stupid person, yet with all she knows, she literally talks to God. She thinks someone listens in heaven. On earth she's unusually competent. Brave too, able to face unpleasantness...

Harrowing Lanes

The Poet and the Pen

Day in and out, walking while knowing

that the lanes do not lead to a location, desired,

must indeed describe a possibility unrealised.

As harrowing as it is in acknowledging,

many walk such lanes, unsurprised,

and later either digress or end up redefined.

The connect with goals in these days

does carry a gravity, holding our hopes in the orbit.

At the centre of hopelessness,

life finds reasons to keep us all away from it.

A world for wondering wanderers

never fully takes a shape to define.

Similar are these lanes that many walk,

despite making a circle, they form a beautiful line.

It is never a place but a day

when the destination finally seems appropriate.

It will only be unfair if the wanderers stop and say

things which others are to find in their own way.

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Love in G

A Garret Poet

Love in G
Form: Redondilla

The soulful strings that set me free
and held me in a sweet sojourn,
hypnotic notes that made me yearn
for love to dance all over me

The spirit of the violin;
a gentle caress of love's kiss
one sensual touch I feel within
my heart is lost to music's tryst.

Each note contacts my deep desire
as melodies ignite the fire
that beckons me to passion's zeal
when in her dance my senses reel.

Soft tones give way as wants demand
seduction from the music's beat
until the dancing is replete
and my soul is at her command.

Sweet violin impassioned tune
a song of fire is in her eye
the world becomes a picayune
the music finds its final sigh.

When strings silenced and lying still
and music fades against my will
I know with love of she divine
my heart is now…

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For Whom the Bell Tolls by Metallica

Make his fight on the hill in the early day Constant chill deep inside Shouting gun, on they run through the endless grey On they fight, are they right, yes, by who's to say? For a hill men would kill, why? They do not know Stiffened wounds test there their pride Men of five, still alive through the raging glow Gone insane from the pain that they surely know...