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Survival Escape

Written for: Sunday Whirl #495 Words: shine, entitled, while, child, stab, bile, fright, reconcile, miles, enlightened, rude, denial No longer a frightened child–bile choking her throat–she will never reconcile with her mother or step-father–a shining example of rudeness and self-entitlement. … Continue reading

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Teach Me

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Poetry Form: Seguidilla (posted by Grace) “The Seguidilla began as a popular dance song of Spain. The verse form was established and branched into variations by the 17th century. It has an alternating long … Continue reading

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On The Brink

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Fussy Little Forms :  Tectractys (posted by Marian) The tetractys was invented by Ray Stebbings, who says this about the form: “Euclid, the mathematician of classical times, considered the number series 1,2,3,4 … Continue reading

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January Demons

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #334 Words:  grain, list, superstition, sane, chicken, figure, train, shady, January, game, taken, gravity January plays a shady game of chicken with death -defying cold spells. Roofs list, grain freezes. Willful winds challenge gravity. … Continue reading

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