image link lillian is the hostess at d'Verse this evening, where she says: The prompt for today: write a poem (any form; rhyming or not) that includes the word “shed” or a form of the word. The offering today is in the form of a diamante. Shed rid, cast-off sloughing, extricating, losing remove,… Continue reading d’Verse — Shed Diamante
image 1 link image 2 link Fandango's One-Word Prompt today is cycle. Today's offering is a diamante. Cycle circular, patterned seasoning, repeating, unvarying consistent, sensible, incomprehensible, inconsistent frightening, consuming, fatiguing whirling, disordered chaos
gif link Fandango's One Word Challenge today (oops yesterday) is leave and the Word Challenge of the day is dismal. I should have just skipped the challenges, but it's done now. I decided to do something short and sweet, well not that sweet as leave and dismal are kind of like the day outside was,… Continue reading Now you see me….
image link Late start tonight for Fandango's One Word Challenge, where the word is belong. A little bit of writing, then a diamante poem. I remember reading a book by Anne Tyler, “The Accidental Tourist”, a long time ago. Later I saw the movie, which was good, starring William Hurt and Geena Davis. I don't remember… Continue reading Famnimals
image link Today's prompt is, "By the Number". I like numbers and after working in the accounting field for awhile learned that they do speak their own language. I thought about trying to do something on my lucky number 17 or something about hexagrams from the I Ching, but the number most important to me… Continue reading Poetry Day 29 — Dao & The 10,000 Things
image link A Diamante is a seven-lined contrast poem set up in a diamond shape. Body warm, supple undulating, scintillating, welcoming strong, wet, cold, swimming struggling, drowning, disappearing lifeless, rigid Corpse Word of the Day Challenge -- scintillating