Tag Archives: colors

Autumn’s Gift

Written for: Poets and Storytellers United Writers’ Pantry #37: Rise of the stink bugs (posted by Rommy) “As someone who loves to notice the cycles of nature around me, and tries to find the beauty of every season, I try … Continue reading

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Sunset Spectacle

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – July Covid-19 P.A.D. – Day 11 “Things are Different At the Lake” “Write a poetic scene of something you’ve seen at the beach. Could be the waves upon the shore. Or the raucous birds pestering. … Continue reading

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Seashell Ferry

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #293 – “It Makes Sense-Sight Unseen.” “We’re asking you to see with your “inner eye.” You will write a poetic scene that is purely in your mind. Your imagination will lead you to an … Continue reading

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See (Sea) Urchin

Written for:  Blogging From A to Z A sea urchin is not a street urchin, you see. Sea urchins are round, and spiny, using those spines for movement, trapping food, and protection. Spines are located outside their bodies with paired … Continue reading

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Sighs of Spring

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poet:  Tanka “The Tanka is a Japanese poem of five lines. The first and third lines are composed of five syllables, and the others contain seven. In Japanese, tanka is often written in one … Continue reading

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at their peak

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1800 – New Beginnings . . . first leaf falling “Today I love to challenge you to create Japanese poetry themed “first leaf falling”, autumn is in my opinion one of the most beautiful seasons and … Continue reading

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Bottle Tree Tales

Written for:  Sunday Muse #91 “Hello Sunday Muse folk! Fireblossom here with your weekly picture prompt. This week I’ve selected a bottle tree. In old southern tradition, hanging bottles from a tree is intended to catch or confuse negative spirits. … Continue reading

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“swamp gas”

Written for:  The Twiglets #159 – “swamp gas” Ah, The Northern lights neon gold, green, and purple Oh, it’s just swamp grass He suffers from swamp grass fever, often turning emerald green. She stumbled into a swamp. The resultant redolent … Continue reading

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Proud Parent

Written for:  Poetics Aside 2019 PAD November Chapbook Challenge – Day 13 Write a persona poem.  Take on the persona of someone or something else. I stand so stately–proud without a sound except for my children who like rustling ’round … Continue reading

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Color Changes

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poet – “Huitan” “The huitain is an off-shoot of the ballade. It is a French form in its nature and in fact, it is an 8-line poem in its totality, composed of one ballade … Continue reading

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