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Caffeine and Poetry

Written for: VJ’S WEEKLY CHALLENGE #123: WARRIOR “That’s my warrior self. (Well, one of them.). Now tell me about yours.” Caffeine and poetry reading as I listen to Soundscapes. Check out day’s challenges, and meditate to unwind.

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Caught In The Rain

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Imagery in Poetry~Rubaiyat support  (posted by Jilly) Image “The word Image is synonymous with Picture and makes us think of the Visual, as it should, but that is limiting. Imagery in literature is when … Continue reading

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Sun On My Shoulder

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Poetics:  “Magic of Ordinary Things”  (posted by Gina) “We approach the end of another year. For a lot of us it is time for reflection and writing resolutions. As we get busy with year-end … Continue reading

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My Corner

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – “Don’t Touch My Meez” (Mise en place = everything in its place)   (posted by Toni) “Years ago when I was a dish washer working my way up to fry cook, to line … Continue reading

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My Coffee Mug

Written for Poetic Asides November 2017 Chapbook Challenge Pick an object to write a poem about. On white china background, in farmyard scene, are roosters rendered, and sketched in between leaves and flowers. This coffee mug has style. Wide-handle hugs … Continue reading

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Coffee

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings #193 – “We All Scream” Pick a favorite ice cream flavor as your inspiration,  and use it as the title of your poem. Purchased on lower east side of New York thirty years ago, our beloved coffee … Continue reading

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Quotidian Qualities

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Haibun #15, All Things Quotidian (posted by hayesspencer) Today, I challenge you to think about everyday occurrences and to write about them in a compact, haibun form.  To make it easier on us, I … Continue reading

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