CadentPhoto : Sunglow Star


photo by cadence

At CadentWords, this month’s features and highlights revolve around truth and reality – and as surreal as this photo might seem, it’s actually truly real.


Visit CadentWords for more about this sunglowing star, and catch up on other featured highlights too!

PHOTO : sunglow star



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CadentPhoto : Sky Light


photo by cadence

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one’s a sneaky one!

Selected for its spotlight shining on the endless colour of the sky, this photo was originally designed to accompany a poem titled Landscape of Love and recently inspired the creation of a Bright Mud Light cartoon character.

View more Sky Light photos and read both poems by visiting CadentWords’ photo page:

PHOTO : sky light



Copyright © Cadence Beret – all rights reserved.


Cadent Photo : Slated Sunset


photo by calla

Although facing further limitations due to restrictions brought on by Covid-19, I’m super excited to add a new feature to CadentWords’ monthly highlights!

Every month, in addition to the current pages that have been featured, a new page will be added to highlight a photograph to accompany a selected poem.

With the intention to open this up for general submissions, for now, due to limited resources and time constraints, I’m resorting to my own photos, but I’m glad to introduce the very first contributor to kick off this new feature.


Visit CadentWords for more on the first of its Cadent Photos:

PHOTO : Slated Sunset


Catch up on April’s featured poem and much more! There’s a new word, a new theme, a new image, and a new colour to inspire creative thoughts to draw from, write from, or shoot photos from!

CadentWords : April


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Financial contributions are welcome and gratefully accepted.

Payment options are set in $5 increments in order to allow for anyone to contribute according to their individual means. All funds are submitted directly to the author and website developer.


Cadent Words by Cadence Beret

Thank you for your generous contribution.

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Cadent Poems : April


photo by calla

Two sunsets

One translucent moon

Every colour of the spectrum

Can be seen tonight

Monet’s song is brushed upon

A silent horizon


The photo included with this month’s featured poem – a spectacular sunset with wave-like slate-coloured clouds – is a very close rendition of the drawing I created as an attempt to portray the words applied to the poem titled Monet’s Song.


Catch up on April’s featured poem and much more! There’s a new word, a new theme, a new image, and a new colour to inspire creative thoughts to draw from, write from, or shoot photos from!

CadentPoems : April


Copyright © Cadence Beret – all rights reserved.


Financial contributions are welcome and gratefully accepted.

Payment options are set in $5 increments in order to allow for anyone to contribute according to their individual means. All funds are submitted directly to the author and website developer.


Cadent Words by Cadence Beret

Thank you for your generous contribution.

C$5.00


Cadent Pause

It is with tremendous sadness that I announce a temporary pause to any updates or new content added to the Cadent Words website.

Having no internet access in the temporary accomodation where I have been graciously given access to through the coldest winter months, I cannot work from home.

Furthermore, the recent closures due to the health crisis going on in Canada, all municipal libraries, where computer access is available to the general public, are indefinitely closed, therefore, I don’t have an office to work from.

I suppose I could look at this as VACATION TIME! Unfortunately, with little to no funds accumulated over the five months where I’ve dedicated every day to the ongoing development of this very dear project of mine, I can’t afford to go anywhere or do anything.

So my vacation time will be spent exercising and visiting local parks and beaches while shifting my focus to drawing and writing again. Yippee!

Be sure to visit Cadent Words – even though there’s still alot of room for improvement, there’s plenty of content to read through and with the recent addition of CadentArt and CadentImages, there’s plenty of images and WordPics to look through!