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Only The Strong and Stubborn

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Quadrille – How Does Your Garden Grow? (posted by Victoria)  “garden” Tenacious cherry tomatoes held on through tree-ripping storms. Proud parsley and potting pal, Mexican oregano, were undaunted. Basil battled odds, but drowned. Spinach … Continue reading

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deluge

Written for:  Carpe Diem’s Brainteaser #1 Introduction and first challenge In this new feature I love to explore other “special” haiku forms like “Pi-ku” and for example the “Acrostic haiku”. For this first episode of “Carpe Diem’s Brainteaser” I love to … Continue reading

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Havoc

Written for:  Haiku Horizons – “land” storms play havoc destruction and heartbreak on land https://haikuhorizons.wordpress.com/

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Sevenling, Homes are swept away

Written for:  Poems of Garden Gnomes “The sevenling was created by Roddy Lumsden. This 7-line poem is split into three stanzas. The first three lines should contain an element of three. It could be three connected or contrasting statements, a … Continue reading

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Unity and Division

Written for:  Poetic Asides November 2015 Challenge – Day 3 Two for Tuesday – 1) Write a united poem and/or write a divided poem. Colony of ants hill is alive with black dots each carries a crumb Neighbors on porches … Continue reading

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