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Star

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Poetry Form: Compound Word Verse (posted by Grace) “For today’s poetry form, we are going to learn about a compound word verse. The Compound Word Verse is a poetry form invented by Margaret R. … Continue reading

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Visibility

Written for: Go Dog Go Cafe – Tuesday Writing Prompt (posted by Devereaux and Beth) “Write a poem without using the words “the” and “and”.” In twilight a seagull takes flight, ‘gainst streak of rosy pink sky. Soon sky shades … Continue reading

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Should You Tire

Written for: Sunday Muse #178 “Pick one image to write about.” I had high hopes for us– happy marriage and children. Hollywood will adore you, dear, my loss. Should you tire of stardom you will find stars await silvering my … Continue reading

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Tasting The Stars

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub (posted by Victoria Slotto) Meeting The Bar: Soliloquy “Soliloquy is a form of speech spoken aloud by a character but addressed to no one except his or her self. The purpose of the soliloquy is … Continue reading

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“the stars burn”

Written for: The Twiglets #240 “the stars burn” wildfires high enough to make the stars burn Once I had stars in my eyes– you burnt them out stars in her eyes she witnesses sparkling silver burn and fall A young … Continue reading

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“moon rises”

Written for: The Twiglets #224 – moon rises When a pink moon rises, earth is a rose. Stars shimmer silver at moon’s rise. he lies on his back in the glow of full moon light counting the stars There once … Continue reading

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Time for Bed

Written for: April 2021 PAD Challenge – Day 3 “Write a communication poem.” Is it that you do not hear me? Or have you deemed the subject as unimportant? I observe you through back door; you see me. Those raised … Continue reading

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Horizon (Meeting Walt’s challenge)

Written for Walt’s challenge to me: “Write a Horizon poem.” A cowboy with a vast horizon was content to study the sky. A city girl, she had eyes on a cowboy with a vast horizon. Could she learn to cook … Continue reading

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Peace At Night

Written for:  Poets & Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #10:  Early Bird or Night Owl?  (posted by Rommy) “Shape you work around the idea of either or both.” Morning travel makes me ill, not something I can cure by pill. Appointments … Continue reading

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Written for:  Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #117 the cold night “This weekend I will give you a nice “fusion-ku” challenge, or “crossroads”. That nice special feature in which I ask you to create a “fusion-ku” from two given haiku. Your … Continue reading

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