Tag Archives: dreams

that’s right

Wish with all your might

Close your eyes, clasp your hands tight

Partner with stars bright

Then one ordinary night

Your wish comes into plain sight

©2020 Annette Rochelle Aben

lunar love

Use the moons in June

For hopes and wishes and dreams

Deserve a fair chance

©2020 Annette Rochelle Aben

holding tight

He looked at the string

Then turned his gaze to the sky

Where the kite would fly

He built a strong, sturdy tail

Hoped the wind would make it sail

©2020 Annette Rochelle Aben

Entrancing #writephoto

Sue Vincent gave us a lovely photo to prompt us into writing this week. I chose to craft a 99-word story. Perhaps, you would like to write a poem, or fashion a longer tale. If so, please visit Sue’s blog and see what this photo says to you for this week’s #writephoto prompt, Entrance.


Patty was entranced by the tales of the cave in the picture. Each time she visited her Grandmother, hours would pass as she listened to the old woman talk of the strange goings-on that only the intensely curious had ever really experienced. All this made Patty wish she had been her Grandmother’s childhood friend.

One day, while visiting, she fell asleep in the comfy chair. She began dreaming of the picture’s rocks, moss and mysterious darkness that called to her. When she opened her eyes, Patty was standing at the cave entrance. Delighted, she took a tentative step forward.

©2020 Annette Rochelle Aben



Oh, keep thy heart young

Filled with options and promise

That will provide hope

©2019 Annette Rochelle Aben