Daily poem: Terza Rima stanza 19

After 44 days writing, I just hit 100,000 words! Better than I thought possible. Not there yet, but the end is in sight.

 

So ends the summer day, evening grows cold,

the warmth of sunset doused in crisp night air,

we homeward turn with stories left untold.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

36 thoughts on “Daily poem: Terza Rima stanza 19”

      1. I definitely want this book- I’ll be following your progress! And… Forgive me- I found another of your series and am looking forward to it arriving soon! Eeeee

      2. I’m already a fan. This is finding a whole other layer of chocolates in a box of chocolates- most welcome and makes ya say Ooo!!

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