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A Fine Repast

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Bon Appétit Food Poetry (Guest Host: Misky) “Let’s play with our food. Our favourite food. Or treat. Breakfast? Lunch? If this was your last meal – what would you want on your plate. Is … Continue reading

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On Your Special Day

Written for: Friday Writings #20 (posted by Rommy) A Piece Of Cake “Hello, Word Artists and Admirers! I am using my turn at hosting to wish one of the admins of this page a happy birthday a few days early. … Continue reading

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“in the diner”

Written for: The Twiglets #250 – in the diner Sitting on red cracked vinyl chairs in the diner. Best feature in diner– glass case filled with sky-high lemon meringue pies too many choices she flips pages back and forth in … Continue reading

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Of Flavors and Beaches

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Poetry Form: Monotetra (posted by Grace) “Today we are going to try our hand with a poetic form developed by Michael Walker, the monotetra. Here are the basic rules: *Comprised of quatrains (four-line stanzas) … Continue reading

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The Choice

Written for: Sunday Whirl, Wordle #496 Words: inhumane, shame, suppress, line, wait, evil, spring, vote, water, hope, soul, race Wait. I know she is next in line, but I feel it would be a shame to take her now. She … Continue reading

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Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda

Written for: Poets and Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #54 – Hindsight is Rather Tricky (posted by Magaly) “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” In thinking about hurtful endings in particular periods of my life, would I not want … Continue reading

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They Tell Us What To Choose

Written for: Go Dog Go Cafe (Posted by Devereaux & Amanda) “Write a piece of prose or poetry around the idea of choice. With so much decided for us in society, do we really get to “choose?” We congratulate ourselves … Continue reading

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Too Many Choices

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – July Covid-19 P.A.D. – Day 24 Court Is In Session “Today we’re holding court. Food Court. You be the judge. Are you guilty for the pizza? Does the Mandarin Wok entice you? Souvlaki? A burger … Continue reading

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Diary of a Non-picky Eater

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – July Covid-19 PAD – Day 2 “Eat At Joe’s” – What is your favorite cuisine? As far as cuisines go I seem to love them all, from favorite Italiano to curry’s pungent call. Barbecued pulled … Continue reading

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Goodies for Seniors

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poet – Imayo “The imayo is a 4-line Japanese poem that has 12 syllables in each line. If a 12-syllable line sounds unique for a Japanese poetic form, don’t fret. There is a planned … Continue reading

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