Lucky Seven Award

Not sure there is a pic for the award. It seemed fitting to have one…

It’s always an honor when a fellow blogger recognizes you as someone with a unique voice. Life has been a little bit on the crazy side and I have been working on this post for awhile…I apologize for the lapse.

Yasniger has awarded me the Lucky Seven Award and I’m sincerely grateful. I have not been doing this very long, but I am making some wonderful friends as I go. Each award always pays it forward, and this one is no exception.

The nominated writer does the following:

• Go to Page 77 of your manuscript
• Go to line 7
• Copy next 7 lines, sentences or paragraphs into your post
• Give the award to 7 more writers

I am primarily write for Children. My imagination is a little too weird for adults. Every attempt I have made to fit my quirkiness into a grown up box has failed, or caused me heartache. I also write dark poetry. Since I didn’t have anything polished enough to share, I thought I’d post one of my poems 🙂

Undone

Inspiration

Perspiration

Meditation

Mutilation

Timeless entry

Kentucky sun

Sweating lips

Eating hips

Tomorrow is done.

For a time,

My eyes see the hell

Which one is it?

The door to tell

One blue

One red

One light and one shed

I am the light.

Pepper sprayed right,

It scatters.

© Jeni Bonenfant, 2012

Here are the seven I have chosen to recognize as phenomenal bloggers. I hope that you find their sites as delightful as I do:

Writing the Block – Here you can find beautiful raw prose in many forms. Very gifted author 🙂

Adele Konyndyk – A freelance writer who has a blog that is comfortable enough for a coffee shop; a place to unwind and to relax.

Wanton Creation – This is a blog that is creative and is focused on things they love. I have enjoyed reading book reviews and a failed attempt at the NaPoWriMo  – God bless you…I’ve never had the courage to attempt it.

Heaven for Earth – This is a deep blog. I truly enjoy the thought-provoking posts and the sensitivity of heart.

Modern Art and Poetry – Author Tim Ruane is fun. He experiments and finds beauty in the ordinary.

As a reference, there is a blog I love and adore. It’s a compilation of authors who reside in New Hampshire. They are very talented…and for those of you who love to write, it is worth your while to check them out! Live to Write and Write to Live

This last person doesn’t accept awards, but I wanted to acknowledge his creativity. Truly wonderful blog…check out Five Reflections

To those that I listed above, forgive me for the lack of notification. I am a working mom who is slowly losing what mind I have. This is all a slow work in progress…and I will eventually let you know – unless you get to me first 🙂

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9 Responses to Lucky Seven Award

  1. yasniger says:

    I am here again!
    Ordinarily I shouldn`t be commenting here, not this early though, because being the party responsible for this Well Deserved recognition, I should be letting others use this space to agree with my chioce of you for the Lucky seven award.

    Anyways, You had a cool poem posted here and I had to say it made a pretty good read & you didnt just say putting your `quirkiness into a grown up box has failed` did you now!

    I do find your work quite intriguing and that weird thing you `think` you have, it comes with the creativity & it makes you uniguely exceptional.

    So do please continue to get `heartaches` at our pleasure and put out some `dark poetry`; to heal our marvelling minds.

  2. Aw, I so appreciate the mention! A comparison to a comfortable coffee shop is my kind of compliment indeed. 🙂 I enjoy sitting down in your “shop” as well. So grateful to see fellow creatives out there doing fine work–and taking the time to connect with others. Thank you.

    • weelilwimsy says:

      You are welcome! I love recognizing others that find creativity and writing “a must in their lives” as if it’s the very breath they breathe. I really enjoy visiting your blog 🙂

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