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W3

Hi, in David’s Weave Weekly we learn that Kerfe has been selected as POW with the fantastic poem ‘Of Eden, or: Paradise Lost’ , https://skepticskaddish.com/2023/03/29/w3-prompt-48-weave-written-weekly/ The prompt guidance given is to follow Emily Dickinson and her famous poem “Hope” is the thing with feathers’, (see the poem below), therefore we start our own poem withContinue reading “W3”

Sunday Muse

Hi, Carrie has once again surpassed herself with the images she has chosen for our delight, despite a busy schedule, https://thesundaymuse.blogspot.com/2023/03/sunday-muse-252.html I was torn between a few but settled on the bubbles – always a favourite for me 🫧

 Manhole Covers in the Poetry Playground

Hi, its good news, Paul on his ‘Playground Poetry’ site has announced that The International Imaginarium For Word & Verse is back after a five-month break, so too the Poetorium group poem, https://playground.poetry.blog/2023/03/14/an-invitation-to-participate-in-the-first-international-imaginarium-for-word-verse-of-2023/ To join in, we are invited to consider Wallace Steven’s poem “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” (see link below) asContinue reading ” Manhole Covers in the Poetry Playground”

W3

Hi this week Michelle is POW’s at David’s ‘Wea’ve Written Weekly’, following her wonderful poem ‘I Am Your Silent Solitude’, https://skepticskaddish.com/2023/03/15/w3-prompt-46-weave-written-weekly/ Michelle’s prompt guidelines are to write an ode to our handkerchief (or make-believe handkerchief) and to make it sound like a love ode – now there’s a challenge! 🙂 Here we go:

Tanka Tuesday

This week’s challenge from Colleen is ‘Synonyms Only’, she asks we select synonyms for the words spring & green https://wordcraftpoetry.com/2023/03/14/tankatuesday-weekly-syllabic-poetry-challenge-no-311-3-14-23/ I’m a bit late as it’s Thursday, but I’ve have chosen what I hope is a senryu format 🙂

Sunday Muse

Hi, we have some scintillating images for inspiration this week from Carrie you can check them here: https://thesundaymuse.blogspot.com/2023/03/sunday-muse-250.html The above image by photographer Rodney Smith, was the one I was drawn to the most although it brought out a darker theme for my poem , thanks for looking ❤