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The Neglected Building

Written for: The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #579 Words: spin, whirl, creep, slack, stain, crack, curl, grip, light, lord, loom, glimpse, wonder Cracks creep alongside muddy stains. Lighting is poor, occluding curls of dust allowed to whirl into rusted corners of … Continue reading

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Neglect

Written for: Friday Writings 11: Feast or Famine (posted by Rommy) “For those of you who would like a prompt to work with, may I suggest writing about what comes to mind after reading the phrase “feast or famine”.” What … Continue reading

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iron gates

Written for:  The Twiglets #174 – “through iron gates” What will I find on the other side of iron gates? Cold to the touch like the bars on cages in the zoo weeds twist on brown grass neglect shows sorry … Continue reading

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Lack of Care

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #387 Words:  calls, wild, world, repenting, knees, walk, lonely, pebbles, love, air, trees, despair We need to take a knee, protest and repent our treatment of the wild, their lonely calls of despair, trees … Continue reading

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ocean life

Written for:  Haiku Horizons – “vanish” Blue ocean life we turned our backs and you disappeared https://haikuhorizons.wordpress.com/

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In A Cold Place

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #338 Words:  hazy, home, earth, rasping, holy, poverty, saint, crazy, frozen, rope, folded, gusts Poverty entered every fold of their cold lives, freezing lines on faces into tight frowns. Wind gusts whistled through insufficient … Continue reading

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Disaster

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads: Get Listed! For this challenge, I have selected a few distinctive words from each poem. Use a minimum of THREE words (or derivatives) in a new poem on a subject of your choice. … Continue reading

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