Tag Archives: Time

Forever?

Written for:  Poetic Asides #392 – Write a forever poem. There might be a forever, but you will never know. There are those who close a letter with, “Forever yours”– bit optimistic, don’t you think so? If there is a forever, … Continue reading

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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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Time Tricks

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1124, Time […] ‘It’s going to be worse that way,’ he said, ‘because time isn’t something that always proceeds at the same pace. It is we who determine how quickly time passes.” […] (source: The Pilgrimage … Continue reading

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Interactive Art

Written for Quickly #17 – Technique There is an object in the center of the room. Artists surround it like numbers on a clock face. Circle the room, looking at the object and the representations, then write about the object.   … Continue reading

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Time Tip-Toes Away

Written for:  dVerse Poets, “It’s All in the Timing!” (posted by Lillian) Write a poem that includes the word, time. There is no time to play with that dog; we will be late. This is no time to fuss in … Continue reading

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Four PM

Written for: Poetic Asides November 2016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 13 Write about something that happens regularly. dogs have inner clocks every day, play time next door. Before four, they whine dinner on the horizon playtime over, whines at five.

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“sunbird’s peck”

Written for:  Carpe Diem Special (2nd Guest)-Kala Ramesh Write a poem in the same sense, tone, and spirit as: sunbirds peck the tumbling river notes . . . evening raga © Kala Ramesh * * Previously published–A Hundred Gourds, 2:3, June … Continue reading

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Swiftness of Seasons

Written for dVerse Poet’s Pub:  Quadrille #15 (posted by De) Play with the word: leaves Use it as a noun. Tree leaves. Leaves of paper. Use it as a verb (he leaves, she leaves.) As a verb, you can lop off … Continue reading

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Moon Performs

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #262 Words:  boot, trim, mist, spin, lift, cringe, print, live, chip, tick, stem, moon Clocked ticked midnight. Moon chipped away at fog and mist, spinning a glow like a live light show. As cringing … Continue reading

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Sit A Spell

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #258 words:  first, spin, smell, spell, branch, tide, call, vote, trip, look, dissolve, give Sit a spell, smell branches of honeysuckle. Look around you. Let anxious thoughts dissolve, ebb away as ocean tides.  Hummingbirds … Continue reading

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