Fandango's One Word Challenge (FOWC) · goddess · love · music · relationships · religion · Word of the Day Challenge

Not that God

image link The Word of the Day Challenge is hymn.  Fandango's One Word Challenge is contrast. Every Sunday, it was the same routine. Same old sermons, same old songs. Until that one Sunday, when our pastor was gone and we had a substitute. The substitute was a young woman who had spiked blue hair, a… Continue reading Not that God

cinquain · ecology · exploitation · Fandango's One Word Challenge (FOWC) · goddess · nature · poetry

Masters of all

image link Fandango's FOWC today is property.  I asked myself when in history did property become owned and how did it come about.  Even today, many cultures do not believe in property ownership.  Today's offering is a cinquain form. Gaia Man's property? From revered to enslaved Her giving spirit is distressed Chattel FOWC -- property

#OctPoWriMo2018 · goddess · OctPoWriMo · poetry

Poetry Day 15 — Blanket coverage

image link Part of today's prompt for OctWriPoMo is:   What protects you like an umbrella? What shields you? What covers you? Thinking about this briefly, it was clear that there is nothing comparable to the protection outlined in the 23rd Psalm of the Christian Bible.  I use it daily and it is the unfailing blanket… Continue reading Poetry Day 15 — Blanket coverage

#OctPoWriMo2018 · goddess · poetry · rondeau

Day 6 — Look Up

image link The form is a rondeau. A Rondeau is a French form, 15 lines long, consisting of three stanzas: a quintet, a quatrain, and a sestet with a rhyme scheme as follows: aabba aabR aabbaR. Lines 9 and 15 are short - a refrain (R) consisting of a phrase taken from line one. The… Continue reading Day 6 — Look Up

dreams · goddess · poetry

rose goddess

Unpacking a box of things brought home from work after retirement, I found a small set of magnetized words that were used to make freeform poetry on the overhead cabinet in my cubicle once upon a time.  I decided to pull out 25 words randomly to get started, then pulled out some more to find… Continue reading rose goddess

fauna · goddess · poetry · Word of the Day Challenge

Exemplary

image link, by Vector-Brony Goddess called a contest for most Exemplary Bird to represent all types. Not a peep was heard How and why would Goddess ever do such a thing? As each bird is exemplary With or without their sing. How could she choose which one of them all was the best to choose… Continue reading Exemplary