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Autumn Palette

Written for: November 2021 PAD – Day 9 Two-for-Tuesday Wrote a love and/or anti-love poem. Autumn begets tree art, dapples leaves from palette of amber, apricot, crimson. Fall feast https://www.writersdigest.com/write-better-poetry/2021-november-pad-chapbook-challenge-day-9

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Fall Calls Out

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 Prompt #353 – Take Comfort Where You Can Get It Fall calls out to all things comfy. Open windows whisk in fresh air. Lush leaves dress trees in finery. Orange pumpkins piled high make me salivate … Continue reading

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stooped flowers

Written for: Carpe Diem’s TANKA SPLENDOR 2020-1: VERNAL EQUINOX “Here at Tanka Splendor I hope to inspire you to create an all new Tanka inspired on a given Tanka. This week I have chosen a Tanka themed “New Beginnings” and … Continue reading

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Divine Light of Morning

Written for: Sunday Whirl, Wordle #487 Words: sigh, breathe, morning, open, light, divine, show, shine, bark, gasp, paste The divine light of morning shining through open branches, induces a sigh, pastes a smile on my face. I step outside and … Continue reading

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“syrup sky”

Written for:  The Twiglets #153 – “syrup sky” Sun burst through afternoon clouds. Sky looked like warm honey. What if the sky dripped maple syrup raindrops? a tap in the tree scent that wafts up to the sky maple syrup … Continue reading

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flower names

Written for:  Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #97 – Depth of a Flower  (CD Crossroads) “This weekend I love to challenge you with a Crossroads episode. A Crossroads episode challenges you to create a “fusion”-haiku from two given haiku and create … Continue reading

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haze

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1639 blossom haze (hanagumori) “This month we are exploring the classical and non-classical kigo (seasonwords) for spring and today I have a wonderful classical kigo for you to work with. Today our classical kigo is blossom … Continue reading

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Picnic Day

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #360 Words:  simple, gravel, edge, low, tight, path, climb, knots, trim, spread, spray, pattern She wears a simple, lace-edged shirt, patterned with sprays of violets scattered across collar and cuffs, knotted at her trim … Continue reading

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meadow

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1406 Meadow (one-bun) The “one-bun” is an invention of Jim Kacian and the goal is to create a haibun that has just one line. That means, the title of your haibun, the story and the haiku are … Continue reading

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Knowledge of November

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads:  “November Themes!” (posted by Marian) Pick one or more themes to write about. Secret/Thanksgiving The secret to enjoying Thanksgiving is to know for which things in your life you are grateful. Sidewalks/Autumn Leaves … Continue reading

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