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Friday Fictioneers

Hi, its Friday and once again time for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers – the inspiration for the flash fiction is a photo from Brenda Fox, see above, I have taken it to be Chinese Market but I could well be wrong! You can see Rochelle’s blog on the link below. My piece of flash in 100Continue reading “Friday Fictioneers”

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Thursday’s Challenge Poem

Hi my poem is inspired by Fandango’s word challenge which today is ‘casualty‘, to write a post using that word, which can be prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction or just a picture, (see the link below). My poem is entitled ‘Connections‘, thanks for looking in. https://ko-fi.com/aj33557

W3 – Golden Shovel Poem

Hello ‘Weavers’, can you believe it, this is the 17th W3 prompt hosted by David (see link below), this week’s POW is David himself with his fantastic poem entitled ‘‘Straits, or: Expanses”. I am so pleased too, that David’s guidelines are to write a Golden Shovel poem from one or more of his lines. IContinue reading “W3 – Golden Shovel Poem”

Haiku – Fog

Morning, I have just read Mar’s blog ‘Micro-Seasons’ which I can thoroughly recommend by the way and this week he continues to discuss the micro-seasons within First Autumn, established in 1685 by Japanese astronomer Shibuka Shunkai this recent blog he talks about the micro-season of “Thick Fog Blankets the Sky”. Each week Mark also addsContinue reading “Haiku – Fog”

D’Verse Quadrille

# Good evening, this week are encouraged by Linda Lee Lyberg at D’Verse (see link below) to write a Quadrille, (poem of 44 words) to include the word ‘morning’. Below is my poem entitled ‘Cherished Mornings’, thanks for looking. https://ko-fi.com/aj335577

Beyond The Sea

Hi, Lady Jabberwocky’s prompt for this week is to write a poem or piece of prose using the ‘the sea’ as the setting, also today Ragtag has the word prompt ‘hale’ (see their links below), I have been a little liberal and have used the other ‘hail’ for my poem, entitled ‘Beyond the sea’. ThanksContinue reading “Beyond The Sea”