Just Jot It January. Day 23. Colour.

Today is Day 23 of Just Jot it January and supernaturalsnark is responsible for our prompt.

Well thank you supernaturalsnark for picking : Colour as today’s prompt. Do go and visit their blog.

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In these dark, dull and cold January days we need some colour and colour with warmth would be even better.

Colour can make such a difference to your day. What you wear, the colours of your rooms. Nature and life a keleidoscope of colour

Colour, Acrostic Poem.

Colour makes our day

Orange, yellow, red and blue

Lack luster blown away

Opens up horizons new

Un known depths of warmth

Rainbow hues to bathe in.

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Just Jot it January :Liberty.

Today is Day 22 of Just Jot it January, our prompt is brought to us today by Captain Jill. If you haven’t yet do visit her blog here at Captain Jill’s Journeys.

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The word is Liberty.

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Liberty Tanka

Freedom jumped for joy

Ringing the Liberty bell

Let no one own us

None of us should be bonded

Liberty for all we seek.

Just Jot it January: Silence Day 21

Today is Day 21 of #jusjojan and the prompt is Silence. The prompt comes from me, willowdot21 you can find me here, you are all, always welcome.

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Silence

Not a single sound

Silence stretched for miles

White crosses in the ground

Each a name on military files.

All represent a life lost

Wiped out at such a cost.

Silence screams so very loud

The souls below are proud.

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Silence seals her lips tight

Silence locks her door at night.

She has been warned not to tell

Or she will get more hell.

Let’s pray she finds the strength

To break her silence at length.

Silence has the loudest shout

But we need to listen out.

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Silence screamed at us.

Silence yelled and made a fuss

Sadly no one heard.

Just Jot it January & Stream of Consciousness Saturday. OC.

This is Day 20 of #jusjojan and as it’s a Saturday it is time for #SoCs.. Our prompt is to start our post with a word beginng with oc. There are extra points for ending with oc. Well I could not manage to end in oc I finished with an ok but I did do an Acrostic Nonet.

LindaGHill has given us to letters O & C .

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Oceanaria Acrostic Nonet

Octopus are you happy in there

Captive to our view it’s not fair

Everyone stops to watch your

Antics, but are you happy

No one really knows

Arms flail about

Rings of blue

Ink runs

Amok

The Darkness Fell

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Today is day 19 of Just Jot it January and out prompt is brought to us by Kerry at Her Headache and the prompt is Darkness. Do visit Kerry’s blog.

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The Darkness Fell

The darkness edged in slowly, unsure quite where to put it’s feet safely without stepping in to something nasty. You know when they say night fell or darkness fell well that is just what the darkness was afraid of. Falling.

So gingerly, noisily darkness advanced from the horizon towards me.

As I watched, all was going well until the darkness stubbed it’s toe on the side of a hill. That was it, all hell let loose the darkness came crushing down cluttering and crashing around.

Shocked now I stood astounded unsure of what to do. Well how often do you get to see the darkness hopping around on one foot, foul mouthed and dribbling? No you are correct it is not a common sight.

The most astounding side effect of the darkness’s fall was the shower, almost waterfall of lights and stars.Beautiful beyond belief all showery and starry. Looking out on what was now night it was strangely beautiful with darkness scrabbling around on the ground trying to get to it’s feet trying ( without success to regain (1) it’s dignity and (2) it’s balance which it had lost.. not just misplaced but totally lost, not under the cushions or on top of the bookcase lost but proper painfully lost .

Behind the darkness came the twilight tired and thin and looking somehow exhausted. Being so much more delicate and having better sight the twilight could not understand how the darkness had fallen the way it had. Then as it had done, many many times before, taking a deep breath the long suffering twilight stooped down to scoop up the darkness.

The moon confused and annoyed was not sure if he was too late or too early… thrown by the lack of dark, the night was annoyed and out of sorts. With all this going on there was not much hope of sleep. So I got up and made myself a coffee and dived into my kindle.

Just Jot it January: Day 18 Revolt.

Today is day 18 of Just Jot it January. Today’s prompt is Revolt and it is brought to us by Sandra of What Sandra Thinks. Do visit Sandra’s Blog

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Revolt Acrostic.

Rumblings in the street

Echoes of defeat.

Valour never won faint heart

Only the brave push the cart.

Lingering too long means death.

Take the cause this lands breath.

Just Jot It January, One-Liner Wednesday:Day 17

One for the alternative diary. For LindaGHill’s #1lineWeds.

Asbo  : a bow for your bottom 

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Just Jot it January Day 16. Contenplation.

Today is day 16 of #jusjojan and our prompt is brought you by Cheryl . You can find Cheryl at the Bag Lady do visit her blog. The Prompt she brings us is Contemplation.

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The sun sets on my mind as it is today.

Deep in Contemplation my mind slips away 

My inner soul reaches out to the sky

Eyes open taking in the scene as I fly.

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Walking by the sea as the sun sets

Contemplating all my life’s regrets.

Wondering if I could of done more

Been braver, evened up the score

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Nuns, contemplative, praying all day

Could they manage to wash my sin’s away.

I look deep inside myself anew

To contemplate what am I to do .

Just Jot it January: Day 15, Justice.

Today is Day 15 of Just Jot it January and we are into our second week. Today our prompt is Justice. We have Barb to thank for this prompt so don’t forget to swing by her page to check it out, if you don’t already know it. You can find Barb at Gallimaufry.

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              Justice an Acrostic Poem.

 Justice we demand for all

Unbridled hate comes before a fall.

Solommly we vow to tell the truth

Testement we cry, the trials of truth

Ignorance is no protection

Complisite are we by connection

Evidence, justice fails old and youth.

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Just Jot it January. Day 14 Ultimatum.

Here we are Day 14 of Just Jot it January. Today the prompt is brought to us from Itinerary Planner do visit their blog 😀. 

The prompt is Ultimatum. I have notice a slight pattern in my posts this month. It seems subconsciously I making a point, waving a flag for all peoples who are bullied, oppressed or frightened. Yet I am following the Prompts so maybe others are too. I hope I am not being a bore.

Ultimatum an Acrostic Poem

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Until you finally understand

Life will never be as you planned

Try as you may my word is law

I tell you what to do and what’s more

My way will rule what’s in store

Any rebellion will be quashed

Today is your last chance

Unless to my tune you dance.

Misrule will ensue.

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