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Magaly’s Inspiration

Written for: Friday Writings #31: Genuine Ink “For today’s prompt, if you wish to use it, I would like you to write poetry or prose inspired by the following lines: “be genuine / in life and ink / rebel against … Continue reading

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Roadblocks to Freedom

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #388 The Price of Freedom “Whatever you perceive as freedom, make it the impetus for your poem. Freedom is not free. It carries quite a cost.” What would inhibit your freedom? Violence (street and … Continue reading

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Free Tuna

Written for: April 2022 PAD Challenge – Day 22 “Write an Organism poem. oh, sorry Charlie tuna are sleek and speedy lazy left behind continue to roam the sea slowly enjoying freedom https://www.writersdigest.com/write-better-poetry/2022-april-pad-challenge-day-22

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The Cookie Rebellion

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Meet The Bar: Nonsense Poem (posted by Bjorn) A few points to remember: 1. In the style we are doing we are still telling a story. It is clearly narrative and not gibberish. 2. … Continue reading

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The Price You Pay

Written for: Sunday Muse #168 With freedom comes a price. Assimilating into a new land and culture takes a toll. The weight of the city is on her shoulders. She is learning the language, in hopes of becoming a doctor … Continue reading

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Vital Move

Written for: Go Dog Go Cafe (posted by Devereaux and Beth) “Write a poem that uses the words, “weary”, “nails”, and “mind control”. Weary of being the subject of his father’s mind control, he nailed a new position on the … Continue reading

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The Attraction of Pale Blue

Written for: Sunday Muse #161 Butterflies gravitate towards pale blue like my dress. They know I will care for them. Not put them in a cage. Now that you have released them, I do hope the butterflies will forgive you, … Continue reading

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Poetry Persists

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – July Covid-19 P.A.D – Day 7 – “Reason To Cheer” “How good is it that we can “come together” to write and comment here and on other poetry pages without restrictions or regulations? (OK, there … Continue reading

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The Light Of The Moon

Written for:  dVerse Poets Prompt – Poetry Form:  Sestina (posted by Victoria Slotto) Allons-y to Provence in the south of France, and back in time to the 12th Century. The form is thought to have been developed by a troubadour, … Continue reading

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Handling Freedom

Written for:  Poetic Asides 2019 April PAD Challenge – Day 23 Two-for-Tuesday – Write a Free poem or a Not Free poem Except for death and taxes, she was free to rise when ready, stay up to wee dark hours … Continue reading

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