The prompt for today is to write a poem that uses a line from a poem I wrote earlier in the month.
This spiritwind, this holy breeze blows through… 171 more words
1 hour, 46 minutes ago
Cascadia Legends and Poetry
Awakening unto your own eyes, you see your inner self;
released into the endless eyes that are your own, spiraling upward into your downward spirals- 96 more words
2 hours, 44 minutes ago
The Daily Travesty
No, I don’t want to be famous,
Don’t want to have power or wealth.
I don’t even want to be happy
Or have peace of mind or my health. 31 more words
8 hours, 34 minutes ago
When I Grow Up
My eyes are shaped like Thirst-for-Knowledge ,
My lips crafted in the image of a smirk, Formed to arch like a bow.
These lips are weapons. 102 more words
8 hours, 41 minutes ago
The NaPoWriMo.net prompt today called for a “rebellion” poem. At Poetic Asides, the prompt suggested taking a line from one of our poems written earlier this month, and using it as a first line for a new poem. 163 more words
10 hours, 42 minutes ago
A Glimpse of Starlight
You are a leaf caught in an eddy
All motion and no progression
Spun around in a sickening swirl that leads to
Nowhere… 301 more words
11 hours, 11 minutes ago
IRISH FIREBRANDS: A Novel ~ and Other Works by Christine Plouvier, Indie Author
Today’s Pocket Poem is the first of several examples of concrete verse:
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11 hours, 30 minutes ago