Tag Archives: Conversation

In Session

Written for:  Quickly #20 Write using multiple voices – Write a dialogue or a mob scene— depends on how long you want to keep it up. I never seem to have any self-esteem. Why do you suppose that is? That is … Continue reading

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When Conversation Turns Nasty

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~Conversation (posted by Susan) The Little Boy and the Old Man by Shel Silverstein Said the little boy, ‘Sometimes I drop my spoon.’ Said the little old man, ‘I do that too.’ The little boy … Continue reading

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For My Cousin

Written for:  dVerse Poets, “I’m Going to Miss You When You’re Gone” Write a poem to someone you love, telling them how much you love them, or how much they mean to you, or all the things you want them … Continue reading

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Isn’t That . . .?

Written for Phoenix Rising, “Name Droppers” We’ll explore the famous people you’ve seen  or actually met in your lifetime. Write a tribute poem in their honor. Aside from Sir Paul, I had the privilege of meeting Olympian Jesse Owens when … Continue reading

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Oh, Dad!

Written for Poetic Asides #328 – Write a movie-inspired poem He paces, frets, starts to regret the decision they made to have his father meet her parents. Either he will not show, or monopolize dinner conversation regaling them with tales … Continue reading

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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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Sit Back, Kid

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #220 Words:  courage, letter, milk, urge, trip, link, thrum, chill, risk, minute, matter, traffic You may think this is a minute matter, speeding on a highly trafficked road, but I urge you to think … Continue reading

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Poet and Friend

Written for:  Carpe Diem Haiku Experiment #1 an introduction A haiku poets writes a haiku for, say …, a close friend. He sends that haiku (or gives it in person) to that close friend, the recipient, and then the custom … Continue reading

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Charming and Disarming

Written for:  Poetic Asides #313-Write an evasive poem. Quick lunch, she agreed Could not foresee the amount of animated conversation which could be packed into one hour. His attention focused on her. How charming he was. Yes, he lived alone, fine, … Continue reading

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One-Way Conversation

Written for:  The Mag #274 He hears her words clearly. Barely can comprehend the meaning behind them, or is he fooling himself? Either way he has lost his voice, cannot speak over the obstacles in his throat. http://magpietales.blogspot.com/

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