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Sky-Skiing

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Quadrille #112: The Sky’s The Limit” (posted by whimsygizmo) “Today, I shall paper-airplane-sail you the word sky. Describe for us a skyline. Build a skyscraper of phrase. Scribe us something sky-blue true. Go skydiving … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Bodies of Water

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #298 – Ocean, Lakes, Rivers, and Streams “We’re writing water or waterways today. Your inspiration will come from one of these four sources. There are oceans of lotions, land of a thousand lakes, river … Continue reading

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Panoramic View

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – For Your Consideration – Now See Hair “What does a strand of hair see?” I am a wavy lock, you would be shocked to see light the way I do. You afford me a panoramic … Continue reading

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Keeping Hope

Written for:  Poets and Storytellers United – Writers’ Pantry #29:  “Never Lose That Sense Of Hope”  (posted by Magaly) When depression raises its dark gray face there is that temptation to allow oneself to be swallowed up in the whorl. … Continue reading

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Dragon in the Doldrums

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle  #463 Words:  now, breath, hold, room, dread, shout, creep, inhale, cloud, want, crash, panic Never had a problem inhaling, holding his breath, and exhaling a cloud of fire that filled a room. He spread … 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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Heart Rates and Pocket Watches

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – InForm Poets:  Internal Rhyme “Some of us were (are) stuck inside for a period of time. We have become internal. So why not play with internal rhyme. Sure, it’s not actually a “form” but it … Continue reading

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The Rusty Wheel

Written for:  Sunday Whirl #451 Words:  roots, yes, valve, left, seam, next, treat, speed, fade, wheel, watch, bleed This poem is a rusty wheel, stuck in roots outside of an old faded farmhouse, at the next left on Watcher’s Road. … Continue reading

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Unicycle

Written for:  Poetic Asides April PAD Challenge Countdown:  T-minus 1 “Write a cycle poem.” Tall, thin, he rode a unicycle all over Greenwich Village. Since I had not ridden a regular bicycle in years, I was awed by this act. … Continue reading

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The Sad 100

Written for:  The Sunday Muse – 100th Post! Ah, those were the days of true meaning. My worth was obeyed. I was a high stakes player, not seen by everyone. Crisp green. Now I am ragged, torn, and worn. With … Continue reading

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