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Written for: Quickly #21 Write a summer day Out at lunch in Battery Park musicians, sunbathers, slices of sun through trees. Please let this hour last. https://imprompt.wordpress.com/2017/01/21/qkj-21/
Written for: Poetic Asides November 2016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 29 Two-for-Tuesday. Write a love and/or anti-love poem. A heart in pieces needs mending. How many wounds can be borne until love’s entrance is suppressed.
Written for: Poetic Asides November 2016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 25 Write a tape poem. As I see it now my mistake was in not packing a tape to take note of your true measure.
Written for: Poetic Asides November 2016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 21 Write a thinking out loud poem. How many more days do I have to suffer with these pills? My stomach is objecting with rawness and pain. What is the … Continue reading
Written for: dVerse Poets – Poetic Tuesday, Sweet Sorrow (posted by Walt) Use a slang for goodbye and craft your poem, or be inspired by one of these quotes to trigger your words of farewell! “Never say goodbye because goodbye … Continue reading
Written for: Poets United Midweek Motif~Teaching Write a new poem that reveals teaching from your experience as teacher, student or observer. “I urge you to be teachers so that you can join with children as the co-collaborators in a plot … Continue reading
Written for: Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads: Out of Standard-Fire From a Different Sun (posted by Isadora Gruye As friends in northern hemisphere are entering the colder, darker months of autumn and winter, friends in the southern hemisphere are heading … Continue reading
Written for: Poetic Asides #361, Write an uplifting poem. For today’s prompt, write an uplifting poem. This could be a poem that lifts the soul, but also, I’ll take any poems about physically lifting people and things as well (sky … Continue reading
Written for: Poets United Midweek Motif-Wind Power Use powerful images to portray wind power. Here it comes! Cling on to my limbs Brown-edged leaves And leafettes. A mighty wind, open-mouthed Is heading our way. Poetryblogroll.blogspot.com