Nocturnal Omnivore

Only a face a mother could love? Certainly! Thank you for your contribution!

A Unique Title For Me

Many people have said that I look a lot like the baby Aye-Aye, but I don’t see the resemblance.  OK we have the same hair and it has a lot more hair on its head than I do, but that is where the comparison ends.  I guess that if I would comb the little hair that I have left once in a while, then I wouldn’t look all that unkept, but I don’t see the point.  Some people say this animal is creepy, but actually the baby Aye-Aye is much cuter than I am with those dreamy green eyes.  I am not sure if this is a male or a female, but it has a perfectly clear creamy complexion and those incredibly haunting ears that I just want to tug on, along with a smile that would light up any room.

Written for Stine Writing – Poetry, Positivity, and Connecting!,

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Simply 6 Minutes – New Hope

A good message to think about as our planet slowly creeps into a world of pavement and high-rise buildings! Thank you for your contribution!

Jezzie G

Thank you Stine Writing for a great prompt –

Baby Aye Aye Lemur | Weird looking animals, Scary animals …

Sweet baby
fresh to the world
bright eyes baby
bringing new hope
to the forests of Madagascar
as each day habitats are taken away
the money magnets chasing palm oil
threaten ring-tailed mischief
and haunting sifaka song
sweet child of hope
all lemurs salute you
aye-aye baby


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Simply 6 Minutes—Welcome To The Challenge: 07/06/2021

Welcome to the 6 minute challenge!

Today’s prompt is:

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Baby Aye Aye Lemur | Weird looking animals, Scary animals …

*****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. Pingbacks are enabled.
  5. *Feel free to leave your work completely unedited. I believe it is good to see, especially for new writers, that even very seasoned writers don’t write a perfect first draft.*
  6. Have fun, challenge yourself if you’d like, read and respond to others’ posts.

Thank you for participating!