Daily Archives: October 17, 2015

Mysterious Caller

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens with Real Toads, Fireblossom Friday: BEechwood-4-5789 Here is your challenge, and I give fair warning, it includes a little twist. The first part of the challenge is to write a poem which includes an old-fashioned rotary phone. … Continue reading

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Floats

Written for:  Carpe Diem #838, Inuyama Festival The Inuyama Matsuri is held at the beginning of April in the city of Inuyama in Aichi Prefecture.  Coinciding with the blooming of the cherry blossoms, the festival features processions of three leveled ‘dashi’ … Continue reading

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“pull of tonight’s moon”

Written for:  Carpe Diem Special #174, Michael Dylan Welch’s, “a little taller” Here is the haiku by Michael Dylan Welch to inspire you to write an all new haiku, tanka or another Japanese poetry form: pull of tonight’s moon— the harbor … Continue reading

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Glow in Dusk

Written for:  Margo Roby’s Poem Tryouts:  “Look Out” Look out a window now. NOW, not in a bit. If you have to walk to one, carry paper and pen. Jot down everything you see. If something, in particular, catches your … Continue reading

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