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Pounding Heart

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~A Million Years Howl When Voices Whisper Among The Trees  (posted by Sanaa) There is an indescribable feeling near the end of October that grows loud, so much so that the sounds surrounding it are … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Eat; Sometimes You’re Eaten

Written for:  Poets United Pantry of Poetry and Prose  (posted by Magaly) “This season of transitions and thinning veils, always inspires me to try new things, to challenge old thoughts, to mix-it-up and mingle… Keeping that in mind, I invite … Continue reading

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The Lost Castle

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Wordy Monday with Wild Woman:  “Castle Ruins, Lowering Skies . . . Tell us a story.                         At nightfall, he roamed the … Continue reading

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The Wooden Structure

Written for:  Sunday Muse #50 On a simple stroll through the woods, Clara was walking home alone, hoping to commune with nature along the way. Was she lost?  Positive she had never seen this locked wooden structure before, Clara tried to peer … Continue reading

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Carnivore Castle

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #27 They grow giant dandelions that grab you ’round the ankles, should you have the courage to venture that far. Steps slide as you face the door; braying of a banshee, if you ring the … Continue reading

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Are You Tempted?

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #216 – “Pandora’s Box” – What’s in the box? This poem is a box of weathered wood and rusted locks. Scares you, dares, you to open it up–contents dormant for years. This poem exploits … Continue reading

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Poe Woes

Written for:  April 2019 PAD Challenge – Day 3 Two-for-Tuesday – Write a stop and/or don’t stop poem. Edgar Allen Poe used blood and woe in tales so eerie the raven flew off–weary (also for https://poemsofgardengnomes.wordpress.com/

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Whistling From Below

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #345 Words:  whistle, yard, eggs, push, skin, muffle, pry, close, touch, clay, pit, listen Listen closely. Muffled whistles, haunting, pushing sound under my skin like pin-pricked goosebumps. Touch my face, feels wet, thick as … Continue reading

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Doorway

Written for Poets United Midweek Motif~Doorway(s) Your Challenge: Write a new poem with a doorway motif, one with doors open or closed. Darkness.  Crescent moon– Only arc of light to fall On face of brass knocker, Raising hairs on back … Continue reading

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The Aura At King’s Mill

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #322 Words:  dream, two, middle trim, blind, knock, sticky, drizzle, know, hill, mill, king She dreams an amber aura hovering two feet above King’s Mill, abandoned thirty years ago. She stands, blind to all … Continue reading

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