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“swamp gas”

Written for:  The Twiglets #159 – “swamp gas” Ah, The Northern lights neon gold, green, and purple Oh, it’s just swamp grass He suffers from swamp grass fever, often turning emerald green. She stumbled into a swamp. The resultant redolent … Continue reading

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Ugh!

Written for:  Poetics Aside April 2017 Challenge – Day 28 Write about a smell. Her armpits emitted an odor of perspiration and something bolder. Garlic discharged from pores; she had no social mores and wondered why they did not promote … Continue reading

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Silence of the Dog

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads On Poetry, Writing & Metaphor – Dreaming with Stacie Today I invite you to write a poem based on a specific metaphor. Rather than assigning you one, I’d like for your senses to … Continue reading

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