Spring is almost here, and that means not only getting a jump on your cleaning, but also having a reason to check all areas of your house and garage for signs of pests that might have made themselves at home over the winter. Take a tour through your house and try these simple steps suggested by Kari Warberg Block, pest prevention expert and founder of … Continue reading Stop Pests With These Safe, Simple Steps
By Roland E. Willaims The pages numbered only four But contained all that was done and could not undo You said there was nothing bad I had done to you Yet it was now all out the door And once again I forgave you My heart could not let go of all those years we had Some were good and many were … Continue reading DID IT MATTER?
By Roland E. Williams Our love was founded on the wings of eternity Conceived from the seed of serendipity It was carried in the womb of trust And born under the sign of happiness Continue reading MEANT TO BE
By Roland E. Williams All your imperfections make you to be As perfectly fresh as the morning dew And the nightingale’s captivating song And as perfect as each imperfection is They lend themselves to create you The exact woman for an inexact man Perhaps your words do not speak it But I sense the burning in your heart And longing in … Continue reading THE ONE FOR ME
By Roland E. Williams Does your heart leap as mine does? When I gaze upon my elephants? And upon my castles by the sea? And all the precious treasures I find In the finest of those fine lines In those fluffy balls of cotton In the smile upon my face Every time I see this happen… Does your mind marvel as mine does? … Continue reading EVERY TIME I SEE THIS HAPPEN
By Roland E. Williams I wonder how many more minutes Of missing you so Will continue to feel like years? How many falling stars will appear And light up the skies While my eyes keep drowning in tears? How many times will my eyes have blinked When the tears have dried To be blinded by tears again? How many sorrowful heartbeats skipped Intermittently Causing … Continue reading DEFYING ABSENCE
By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir “You have a Coca Cola shape, but you taste like Sprite,” were a few of the many resounding words which viciously reverberated and pulsated through the city centre during the recent Carnival celebrations here in Saint Lucia this past July. It wouldn’t have been surprising if listeners and onlookers of the parade had wondered if a carbonated drink endorsement was somehow … Continue reading A Modern Genre Bound To Challenge The Tamest Of Introverts
Article by Kevin Kaiser There’s no argument anymore. Neuroscience confirms that highly creative people think and act differently than the average person. Their brains are literally hardwired in a unique way. But that gift can often strain relationships. I’ve seen it firsthand while working with New York Times bestselling authors and Grammy-winning musicians. If you love a highly creative person, you probably experience moments when it seems like they live in … Continue reading 20 Things Only Highly Creative People Would Understand
By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir Inspirational dancehall? You better believe it! Megabite, as he is known on stage can oh so easily piece together dancehall melodies with uplifting lyrics which fans of all ages can both rock and relate to as demonstrated with his latest hit single Gyal You Up. Born Jose Victor, this young, vivacious artiste is bursting with life and vigour both on and off the … Continue reading Megabite drops an avalanche of music HIT after HIT!
We are looking for energetic team members!!! Want to become part of a fabulous team for a great publication? In the SpotLyght Feature Magazine is looking for vibrant and proactive people to join our publication team. If you are a creative or passionate about the diverse range of creativity complete the form below to become part of a meaningful and vibrant team today. It’s your time … Continue reading Recruiting vibrant team members