Author Archives: Lissa A. Forbes

About Lissa A. Forbes

Writer, Graphic Designer, Photographer, lover of nature. http://www.lafcustomdesigns.com/p/about-laf.html

Holiday Greeting Cards & 2016 Calendar | Yellowstone Deadline 11/16

It’s that time of year … When the bells jingle, dreidels are spun, houses are decorated, and families gather. If you haven’t chosen your holiday cards this year or would like my new calendar (all photos are mine from my … Continue reading

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Poetry #10: If I Leave

WordPress Writing Prompt: If You Leave Life is a series of beginnings and endings. We leave one job to start another; we quit cities, countries, or continents for a fresh start; we leave lovers and begin new relationships. What was … Continue reading

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Poetry #9: Golden Leaves

golden leaves are falling down autumn coming to an end, a new season on the wind, as I walk the path with Kobi. the leaves a- glitter in yellow and orange, the golden leaves are falling down. cooler temps a-coming … Continue reading

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Poetry: #8 Chocolate and Coffee

Cold and creamy, mocha dreamy chocolate and coffee and chips I try to wait, but cannot stay away from that indescribable taste Melting smoothly, chips o crunchy In my mouth and oh so munchy Once it’s gone, I want some … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #20 A New School

WordPress Writing Prompt: The New School You get to redesign school as we know it from the ground up. Will you do away with reading, writing, and arithmetic? What skills and knowledge will your school focus on imparting to young … Continue reading

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Poetry: #7 In My Neighborhood

Image from Salida, not actually my neighborhood, but there is a creek in mine In my neighborhood there is much to observe if one wants to take the time but that would fire my nerve The teens across the street … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #19 A Visit from Mr. L

WordPress Writing Prompt: Saved by the Bell Tell us about a time when you managed to extract yourself from a sticky situation at the very last minute. How does one write about something for which no inspiration comes. I’m sure … Continue reading

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