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Flower Feud

Written for:  Hedgewitch Flash 55 Pink peonies protest the addition of red geraniums, citing their dull appearance. Geraniums joke, remember, we live longer than you. In the end, it is the poppies that must remind all the flowers of the … Continue reading

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Leaves of Passage

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – The Ghazal  (posted by Paul) for Meeting The Bar:  Critique and Craft The ghazal is a traditional Arabian verse form with the first two lines ending in the same refrain, which is then repeated … Continue reading

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Amalgamation

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~Poetry about the body  (posted by Sumana) “How do we view the image of our body? Do we see it with the eye of the media / advertisement / anyone apart from our own self … Continue reading

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Adjustments

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~Change “Be the change you want to see in the world.”—Mahatma Gandhi A hard adjustment, accepting change, to meet face to face, eye to eye. Resistant are we to re-arrange familiar lives, or to say … Continue reading

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Healing

Written for:  Elizabeth’s Creativity Challenge – Day 32 Word for today:  Prayer Let anger go. Heal wounds in heart. Start with compassion. Fashion your words with care, ever aware that we are all humans trying to exist together. Isn’t it … Continue reading

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On Acceptance

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~Acceptance “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”—Lao Tzu “I want to … Continue reading

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Open Up

Written for:  Poetic Asides #316 – Write an open poem. The poem could be about physically opening something: a garage door, a bottle of soda, or your mouth. The poem could also go the metaphorical route of opening a can … Continue reading

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