Tag Archives: People

Hand in Glove

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt#328 Let’s Stay Together “Write about a pairing that should stay together or come together.” Glasses and cases should, but do not jelly and donut hits the spot macaroni and cheese comes up aces Bonnie … Continue reading

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Tilted World

Written for: Sunday Whirl, Wordle #491 Words: untethered, speak, plan, future, text, play, world, travelers, fresh, divide, hurt, clothes The untethered world has tumbling travelers in tattered clothing playing with their future. Fresh turns stale like rock-hard donuts left uncovered. … Continue reading

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Unwilling To Question

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Prosery (posted by Merrill) “Of Houses, Walls, and Whistling Winds” “I was browsing through Brainpickings, and I came across a poem by Liesel Mueller. I’ve selected this sentence: “there is nothing behind the wall … Continue reading

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Authentic You

Written for:  Poets United Midweek Motif~Authenticity  (posted by Susan) “What makes each of us authentic? Where and when are we most authentic? Do people perceive us as inauthentic if we change? In what ways does authenticity shape anyone’s writing and … Continue reading

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Earth’s Plight

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2, InForm Poet – Elegy “Today we re-visit the Elegy. An elegy is a song or poem of sorrow or mourning–often for someone who has died. But, since poets exercise our license, we can also write elegies … Continue reading

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Blind Eye

Written for:  Poetics Aside #456 – Write a tragic poem. fish die animals starve people are bombed blind eye losing allies gaining dictators crimes against humanity blind eye opioid use intensifies black men are profiled justice has turned a blind … Continue reading

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Clock Shadows

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Camera FLASH!  (posted by Kerry) It is time to strike a pose with our photographic challenge for June. In shadow of clock stick figures strike poses some behind bars, some crossing bridges of … Continue reading

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alternative

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1377 – Buddhism . . . found its way along the Silk Road During the 5th and 6th centuries CE, merchants played a large role in the spread of religion, in particular Buddhism. Merchants found the moral … Continue reading

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whistle blowing

Written for:  The Twiglets #65 – “a whistle blows” a whistle blows the air is in motion as train approaches She blew the whistle– yet she was fired. At sound of whistle exhausted factory workers sigh and break for lunch https://thetwiglets.wordpress.com/

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Outside

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – camera FLASH! – February Photo Challenge (posted by Kerry) On the outside we look through slats at strips of circus performers and animals. On the outside we peer at excited faces, elaborate … Continue reading

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