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Written for: Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Weekend Mini-Challenge Art FLASH/55 (posted by Kerry) “For this weekend’s art collaboration, I am introducing an illustrator in ink and watercolour, known as Anarh1a, from Novorossiysk, Russia. She has kindly given permission … Continue reading
Written for: Poetic Asides #477 – Write a leap of faith poem When I am sitting in a dental chair– hairs caught in the clip of that paper bib–my mouth is no longer my own. Dentist has all those metal … Continue reading
Written for: dVerse Poets Pub – Meeting The Bar: “Enjambment in Sonnets” (posted by Jilly) “The use of punctuation in poetry, especially when it is read aloud, is just as essential as it is in prose, but many of us … Continue reading
Written for: Poetics Aside 2018 November PAD Chapbook Challenge – Day 12 “For today’s prompt, write a disaster poem. Disasters can be epic and involve earthquakes, fires, and violence. But disasters can also be epic and involve spilling red wine … Continue reading
Written for: Poetics Aside 2018 April PAD Challenge – Day 27 Write a story poem. Start falling, I will catch you. No worries, it’s a trust thing. She lets go, hits head on ground. Catches him flirting.
Written for: Poetic Asides 2018 April PAD Challenge – Day 19 Take the phrase “(blank) Thread;” replace the blank with a word or phrase; make the new phrase the title of your poem; and then, write your poem. He is … Continue reading
Written for: Poets United Midweek Motif~Love Your Challenge: Deeply and with a few pointed words, speak of love in a new poem. “I don’t trust people who don’t love themselves and tell me, ‘I love you.’ … There is an … Continue reading
Written for: Carpe Diem #1134, beyond control […] ‘A threat leads to nothing if it is not accepted. In fighting the good fight, you should never forget that. Just as you should never forget that both attacking and fleeing are part … Continue reading
Written for: Poetic Asides November 2016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 29 Two-for-Tuesday. Write a love and/or anti-love poem. A heart in pieces needs mending. How many wounds can be borne until love’s entrance is suppressed.