Tag Archive | poetry

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS (12)

That moment when a image inspires you to write a haiku. Feel free to add your own poem or thoughts below. ~*~

A Hearty Haiku

I’m combining Jennifer Nichole Well’s One Word Photo Challenge (Copper) with Curtis Bausse’s Pic ‘n’ Post Challenge and the Daily Prompt (“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”). Check out their amazing posts for more details!

George Herbert and a Haiku

* “Having imagination, it takes you an hour to write a paragraph that, if you were unimaginative, would take you only a minute. Or you might not write the paragraph at all” — Franklin P. Adams *

Book Spine Poetry (One Word Photo Challenge)

In response to the One Word Photo Challenge (Mauve), presented by the one Jennifer Nichole Wells who never ceases to amaze. ~*~ ~*~

Love Is One of Life’s Great Teachers

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “We Can Be Taught!.” What makes a great teacher? Love is… Love is feeling cold in the back of vans Love is a fanclub with only two fans Love is walking holding paintstained hands Love is.

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS (7)

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS (7)

This week’s feature is also a modified response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Imitation/Flattery.” Write a post about anything you’d like — in the style of your favorite blogger. I have many favorites, but I wouldn’t imitate them. There are other ways to show my flattery: Familiarizing myself with their blogs and commenting on their posts. That […]

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (11)

As I Began to Love Myself – Charlie Chaplin

Flash Fiction Challenge: Serving “Justice”

In response to PJ’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). Special thanks to Dawn M. Miller for the photo.

Izzy May I: The Write Shot in the Foot

Izzy May I: The Write Shot in the Foot

This is a double feature entry for my event and Jennifer Nichole Wells’ (this week’s color is bittersweet). The Write Shot in the Foot (Bittersweet Book Poetry version)

PRONUNCIATION CHALLENGE

Dr. Gerard Nolst Trenité, a Dutch observer of English, once wrote a poem called “The Chaos.”