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Morning Magic

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Morning has broken (posted by Laura Bloomsbury) “Now Spring has penetrated the Northern Hemisphere we are moving from dark to longer lighter days. Or from Nocturne to Aubade.” “In French it means “dawn serenade,” … Continue reading

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Dog in Solidarity

Written for: Sunday Muse # 204 – Sunflower photos A dog trots down a dirt path as sunflowers part the way. He is sorry for his fellow compatriots in the Ukraine. He knows they are afraid. This dog makes a … Continue reading

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Marion

Written for: Friday Writings #19 – Of Age and Aging and Such . . . Marion is unaware of the cruelty, and senseless violence in our world. She is unable to speak, but her expressive liquid golden eyes question and … Continue reading

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Dependable Dog

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #378 – Groundskeeping “St. Patrick’s Day is pea-planting day — the first day of planting in our colder-weather regions. As we all celebrate spring’s arrival, let’s grace our garden with poems about planting. Plant … Continue reading

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Rescue Me!

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Haibun Monday (posted by Frank J. Tassone) “A Nor’easter struck the Northeastern United States this weekend. In my corner of New York’s backyard, I lucked out with a down fall of 5 to 7 … Continue reading

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Wool Mask

Written for: Go Dog Go Cafe – Tuesday Writing Prompt: “Write a piece of prose or poetry using the words: frost, mask, and significant other.” (posted by Devereaux and Beth) At the first hint of frost, his significant other donned … Continue reading

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“underneath my ribs”

Written for: The Twiglets #255 – “underneath my ribs” My dog had skin and fur overlaying his ribs. Now his ribs ride on top. So chilled, I felt the cold creep underneath my ribs. child cries, breath shallow has been … Continue reading

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Evening Peace

Written for: November 2021 PAD – Day 30! “Write a The End and/or The Beginning poem.” When darkness falls, I feel at peace, with one dog curled up fast asleep beside me on his blanket, warm. It’s after nine; my … Continue reading

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Bananas

Written for: Miz Quickly – Day 27 “You have written some five-line stanzas, and some poems with two stanzas related only by proximity. Like families moved into a pre-fab neighborhood or posters in a dorm room. I want you to … Continue reading

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A Realist Poem

Written for: Poets and Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #89: Keeping It Real (posted by Rosemary) Wikipedia tells us that Realism in art (including literature) is ‘the attempt to represent subject matter truthfully, without artificiality.’ It tends to focus on ‘the … Continue reading

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