image link you depend upon the ratio of positive to negative, where enough positive draws me towards your center. i'm stuck to you in a physical, unbreakable bond – unless your elements shift. Word of the Day Challenge -- magnetism
The title is OctWriPoMo suggested. One of the suggested forms: If you have poetry magnets it's time to get them out and play with them. Randomly select words that grab your attention and create a poem from them. When I picture you, smooth music, fast pedal, nearly did ask what next. Gorgeous recall let my… Continue reading Poetry Day 21 — How will I know?
image link a flicker across the patio windows then another is it deer? this early in the day? then I see them, a flock of robins hopping here and there congregating for their southern sojourn
image link I went to bed late last night and I slept very deeply. I do wake up at least once a night to hit the can. As I woke for my pit stop, it was in the middle of a dream I was devastated to end. You see, in it, I was Townes VanZandt's… Continue reading I was Townes VanZandt’s girlfriend!
The clip showing three of The Band members, from left, Richard Manuel, Rick Danko, and Robbie Robertson reminiscing, then the full band performance of, "It Makes No Difference", is from the Martin Scorcese masterpiece, "The Last Waltz". I've been thinking about The Last Waltz on and off all day. If you've never seen it, it's… Continue reading The Band — It Makes No Difference
Part of the prompts for today's OctPoWriMo includes: "Have you ever had a moment in time that you wished you could stop and live in? Have you ever wished you could control time even if for just a little while? What would you do? What moment would you make last longer? Write about time and what… Continue reading Poetry Day 20 — Time Stands Still
pink peonies perched precariously presumed pretty pickable
Prompts, etc. for today's OctWriPoMo include: "What do you want?" ...your poem might address someone else... yourself ... a thing, person, place, or something else entirely. One of the suggested forms is contrapuntal . "In the poetic world, contrapuntal poems are poems that intertwine two (or more) separate poems into a single composition–often by offering… Continue reading Poetry Day 19 — “What do you want?”
image link Today's prompts for OctWriPoMo include: Castles, fairy godmothers, glass slippers, and enchanted roses. When you hear the words "once upon a time" these items might be what it brings to mind. Say those four words aloud and it might make you anticipate something magical, something ethereal, something beyond the ordinary. When was the… Continue reading Poetry Day 18 — The Tale of the Flipped Script
Eddie and The Boys, "Crown of Thorns", while driving home tonight. https://youtu.be/wjNc31qH_EY