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dVerse’s Quadrille

This week in dVerse’s bar, Mish is the host for the Quadrille and we are to create a poem in 44 words utilising the word ‘ice’ in any form I decided to attempt a Golden Shovel poem using the beginning of Joni Mitchell’s song ‘Both Sides Now’ – beautiful song, and a beautiful creativeContinue reading “dVerse’s Quadrille”

dVerse – #JusJoJan

Hi , this is the first MTB prompt of 2023 at dVerse hosted by Laura Bloomsbury, who asks us to compose a ‘Found’ poem, taking the very first lines from each poem month by month from January 2022, 12 is the minimal amount of lines in total. No additions are permitted other than tense, prepositionContinue reading “dVerse – #JusJoJan”

JusJoJan – W3

Hi fellow Weavers, David has posted the POW who is Sarah David, with her lovely poem ‘Fruitful’,, Sarah’s prompt guidelines are to write a poem of 14 lines or less on the theme of “dreams”. It is also my eleventh post for JusJoJan thanks for looking 🙂

JusJoJan – Prompt

Hi, Lady Jabberwocky’s prompt for this week is ‘whale’ we are asked to write a poem or story featuring this word,, this is combined with Linda’s daily prompt for #JusJoJan which is ‘Periwinkle’ and it’s also my tenth post Penny Wilson’s January challenge and dVerse Poetics too 🙂 thanks for looking 🙂

dVerse Poetics

Happy new year everyone, Merril is the host at dVerse Poetics and she has given us a list of Podcast titles, we are to choose at least two titles, and write a poem including the exact words within the poem. The word order of the title must be retained, but you can punctuate the longerContinue reading “dVerse Poetics”

At the Bar with Zen Poetry

The last challenge for this year at dVerse is from Grace and it is to write a Zen poem, that has a focus on attaining moments of enlightenment, clarity of mind through an experiences. And a big thanks to all at dVerse for the wonderful challenges – wishing you all the joys of theContinue reading “At the Bar with Zen Poetry”


Hello ‘Weavers’, welcome to W3 prompt hosted by David, (the Skeptic’s Kaddish) The chosen POW is the host himself 🙂 David ask we write a series of at least five “atom” tercets on the theme of “children” or “childhood”. The ‘Atom’ consists of three lines 5-7-5 letter structure not syllables. I found this quiteContinue reading “W3”