Monthly Archives: December 2020

Ahead to 2021

Written for: Sunday Muse #140 (posted by Chrissa) Edge of a new year – exploring the pauses No resolutions only solutions. Vaccine for pandemic relief, new President. Hoping fear recedes, jobs meet needs. No person hungry or homeless, endless mercy. … Continue reading

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Looking Forward

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 #318 Hindsight is 2020 “They say hindsight is 20\20. Let’s look back (try not to cringe!) over this year, and find something good. Look back over this year and share something good in your own life. … Continue reading

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Lost Passage Of Time

Written for: Go Dog Go Cafe – Tuesday Writing Prompt (posted by Devereaux and Beth) “Write a piece of prose or poetry that uses the words black eyes and cold winter rain.” Stuck at nightfall in a cold winter rain, … Continue reading

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Silvery Season

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #317 Christmas Word Cloud “Using this word cloud, write the gift of a poem for the rest of us. The RED words tell the Santa story; the GREEN touch on the Nativity.” North Pole’s … Continue reading

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A New Year

Written for: Writers’ Pantry #51 – Year’s End (Posted by Rosemary) “Hands up who’s glad to see the end of 2020! Hmmm, yes, that seems to be unanimous – at least in terms of large-scale things such as firestorms, pandemics, … Continue reading

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Divine Light of Morning

Written for: Sunday Whirl, Wordle #487 Words: sigh, breathe, morning, open, light, divine, show, shine, bark, gasp, paste The divine light of morning shining through open branches, induces a sigh, pastes a smile on my face. I step outside and … Continue reading

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Laura

Written for: Sunday Muse #139 – Laura Nyro One lucky summer night my friend and I, both lovers of Laura Nyro’s music, sat in Central Park, and thrilled to the sounds of Laura at the piano, eight months pregnant, in … Continue reading

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Odd Celebration

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub Meeting the Bar: endings/beginnings (posted by Peter Frankis) “So tonight poets, I leave it up to you. Let’s write something on endings: – it could be a poem that plays with endings – where your … Continue reading

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Bone-chilling

Written for: Poets and Storytellers United (posted by Rommy) Weekly Scribblings #50: Down In My Bones “I’d like us all to think about how we might finish this sentence, “Down in my bones, I feel _”. If you’d rather tackle … Continue reading

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Seasonal Stirrings

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poet: Childhood Christmas Sonnet “Staying within our theme (Christmas), recall a moment from your youth or a childhood memory and write it in the form of a sonnet!” We looked forward to each Christmas … Continue reading

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