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Who Was She?

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Poetics: “You Want It Darker” (posted by Lucy) “We will write a poem about the transient notion of life to death, or topics germane to the theme. With a twist. We are going to … Continue reading

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Homeless Child

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – For Your Consideration It’s Tragic! Write this poem: “The greatest tragedy is –––––––––” A child is left alone scared, hungry. You look at her and wonder how this can be. You bemoan– she looks young, … Continue reading

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I’ll Take Them All

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poet:  Lannet The “Lannet” is a variant of the sonnet, as it consists of 14 lines. There is a strict syllable count of 10 per line. It has NO END-LINE RHYMING SCHEME. Only internal … Continue reading

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Howling in the Street

Written for:  Quickly’s Thursday “Too Much of a Good Thing” How do you know when to quit? How do you learn? We are choosing a prompt from a listing. My choice is:  She was howling. Animal shriek.  Wolf loose in … Continue reading

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Just Down The Road

Written for:  Phoenix Rising – “Where Am I?” Since poetry is a concise expression, the implications of setting are a major function of the rest of the poem. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to write your … Continue reading

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