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Is Life Easier?

Written for: Poets and Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #92: Forward Movement (posted by Rosemary) “Please write something on the theme of ‘Forward Movement’, in whatever way you choose to interpret that.” Moving ahead we tread into unknown spaces. As we … Continue reading

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poet’s lips

Written for:  Go Dog Go Café – Tuesday Writing Prompt – “poet’s lips” The poet’s lips formed a perfect “O” from repeatedly pouring forth pearls of wisdom. https://godoggocafe.com/

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Glinda

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #260 – “There’s No Place Like Home” Adopt the persona of one of the characters.  Write a poem of Dorothy’s arrival from that character’s point of view. Think it’s a joy always being “the … Continue reading

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One Halloween

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle  #375 Words:  eggs, sing, corn, breeze, movies, misty, child, find, spray, attentive, drive, runny Indian corn centers the crimson front door. Autumn breeze sways husks on bottom. Mild mist sprays sidewalks, pasting leaves into … Continue reading

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Father and Son

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1236 – Mirror by Juame Plensa A very significant part of Plensa’s work is in the field of sculpture in the public space. Installed in cities in Spain, France, Japan, England, Korea, Germany, Canada, USA, etc., … Continue reading

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Respect

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Haibun Monday:  Free For All  (posted by hayesspencer) Today is Free For All – meaning, you can choose your subject for the haibun. However there are still some rules: The haibun must be one … Continue reading

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Druids

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1009, Druids The origin of the word ‘Druid’’ is unclear, but the most popular view is that it comes from ‘doire’, an Irish-Gaelic word for oak tree (often a symbol of knowledge), also meaning ‘wisdom’. Druids … Continue reading

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Hazel

Written for:  Carpe Diem #996, Hazel The hazel might be said to be the quintessential Celtic tree because of its legendary position at the heart of the Otherworld. Here, nine magic hazel-trees hang over the Well of Wisdom and drop … Continue reading

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