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Lottery Woes

Written for:  Poetic Asides #405  Write a money poem. How unnerved I would be to win a lottery. Instead of feeling free– responsibility. One issue would be fairness, absolute awareness of who should have a share of these winnings I … Continue reading

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Altered Sayings

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads Recycle a Saying (Poetry and Flash Fiction with Magaly) I invite you to take a famous proverb, change some of its keywords, then use the altered version to write a new three-stanza poem … Continue reading

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The Unwitting Bridegroom

Written for:  dVerse Poets; the Rondel The Rondel is a French short form first composed in the 14th century that evolved from the songs of French troubadours (medieval poets or singers) and is comprised of three verses which include two … Continue reading

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Where I Come From

Written for:  dVerse Poets, “City Songs for Poetics” Thus this week I invite you to write your own urban poem. Celebrate the historical wealth of the city, its energy, exoticism or diversity. Mourn the loss of social life or connexion … Continue reading

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Wedding Wishes

Written for:  Poetic Asides November Chapbook Challenge – Day 13 Write an optional poem.  Some things in life are completely optional; in fact, most things are. Upcoming wedding. Rich cousin marrying moneyed woman. He wonders how elaborate this affair will … Continue reading

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