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A Field of Sunflowers (pantoum 2)

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Poetry:  a Piece of Written Art  (posted by Victoria) In our current form challenge, the Pantoum, we are working with both structure and repetition—techniques much like pattern in visual art. This form, and others … Continue reading

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Into The Future

Written for:  The Twiglets #59 – “those future folk” Get wise to global warning, or there will be no future, folks. To those future folk, I say, I am sorry we did not take care of your planet. Those future … Continue reading

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To Those Who Should Care

Written for:  Poetic Asides November 2017 Chapbook Challenge – Day 16 Write a poem to the world.  Maybe all of your poems are already directed at the world, but for me, this is a first person poem directed at a group … Continue reading

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Power Unleashed

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Weekend Mini-Challenge:  Juice (posted by Brendan MacOdrum) For this challenge, write a poem about power in your life and the world. Write about family or creativity or instinct, plugging in or playing … Continue reading

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Suffering and Beauty

Written for:  dVerse – “Rein ’em in!”  (posted by Lillian) “We’re all ready to rein in Mother Nature….say whoa there…slow down!! Bring her to a stand still and let the sun shine, the winds calm to a gentle breeze and … Continue reading

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Washed Out

Written for:  Poetic Asides #383 For today’s prompt, write an “it can’t be” poem. That is, a poem about something that just can’t be true. For some, this might mean a heart-broken love poem at the end of a relationship. … Continue reading

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