This post is for Six Word Saturday over at Debbie’s.
Zodiac Killer had struck too many times
It was up to the detectives to solve these crimes
Endless nights of no sleep
Waiting for a clue if only a peep
This went on for many, many years
Bringing families’ no closure, just tears
©Susan Zutautas 2019
This was written for Weekend Writing Prompt #106 Prompt: ZODIAC
It was the second period and the Leafs were behind by two goals, which was understandable as the Bruins were a tough team to beat. In game seven the Bruins win in the 2019 playoffs and the Leafs are out.
The Leafs have not won the Stanley Cup since playing against the Montreal Canadiens back in 1967. In total the Toronto Maple Leafs have won the cup 13 times.
Fans are a dedicated bunch that come out every year to cheer on the Leafs watching them make it to playoffs only to be heartbroken year after year.
I’m sure their goal to win will eventually come, and I hope it’s sooner than later.
This was written for Six Sentence Story.
Each year Orillia has a different theme for street art.
The theme for this year is going to be “Off The Chain” which should be interesting to see what people come up with.
Local artists get together each year and create something for that years theme.
To daydream or to ponder life this is where I go. The rowboat out in the water was moving very slow.
The boathouse sits in plain view for all to see. Sometimes I imagine what it would be like to live there happily.
To think that Stephen Leacock once sat here writing his short stories makes me smile to know that he was a great writer and spent his summers here on Brewery Bay, Lake Couchiching.
Stephen was a Canadian writer and humorist who was born in 1869 and was originally from Swanmore, UK.
This was written for Calmkate’s Friday Fun challenge.