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#Poetry challenge accepted: DVerse question poem

For the DVerse Poetry question poem challenge
Why?

Why are the thorns as much a part of the rose as the petals?

Why is the only authentic love the love of the “nail-scarred hand”? 66 more words

Haikai

Journey through my Mind: Haibun

A thought, and my brain takes off on a journey. Turns me around, mind-wandering through worlds we cannot see, time, and space, a trace of Chaos theory, the hard problem, history and mythology. 132 more words

Poetry

Boundaries

Total freedom is a frightening concept for many, for they would not know what to do. We are so used to living in a structure, which defines our boundaries. 154 more words

Writing Challenges

Haibun 30

transcending the metaphysical

not sure how to put this  so i will do it  there is hole where the dark matter lives in my being  who is it  what is it  no idea  when i find out i wont tell a soul… 22 more words

Senryu

#Wayback Wednesday: a #haibun from .@ImageCurve about a parent's worst nightmare...

Atlantic Alternatives

In another life, I’m too late.

My son Frankie and his cousin Mia swim out too far. The waves at Robert Moses State Park swallow them. 151 more words

Haikai

Amaltheia


Image credit Ooberxandxdavie6

The warm honey glow of the late afternoon sun, was a contrast to the prickling cool of the mountain air on her skin. 211 more words

Poetry By Sarah

weejars reblogged this on By Sarah and commented:

Prompt: Sammi Cox, A Month Of Mini Writing Challenges, Day 20 Task: Write a poem in under 20 lines inspired by a myth, legend or fairy tale.

Haibun: Writing The Stones

The shelter was a grey place where seasons barely changed. The sunlight came from loving people who found hearts to give us homes. We turned towards their light and that is what sustained us. 134 more words

frankjtassone reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:

#Haiku Happenings #7: Xenia Tran of WhippetWisdom offers her DVerse Haibun Monday Why We Write the way we do!