Winter is coming! Not tomorrow or next week, not this month or next month, but surely winter is sneaking in, seeping ‘neath the back door sill…
We stuffed animals have to stick together, especially if we are to remain “preferred traveling companions”!
An elegy about the power of sensory recollections.
As seasons come and seasons fly
and leaves once green, turn gold,
We know while life is passing by,
Our story’s being told.
This weekend’s challenge in Writing 201: Poetry: “So: this weekend, share with us a poem that you love (by someone who isn’t you, please). You can quote a particularly striking line (or two) in a new message in the Commons, or drop a link… Continue Reading “To See a World In a Grain of Sand”
A treasured, if imperfect, rocker is the subject of today’s poem for the Writing 201 challenge.
She: A piece about my favorite denizen of the wild animal kingdom – The giraffe- written for Day 3 of Poetry Seminar, Skin, Prose-Poetry, Internal Rhyme.
Poetry, Day 2: Gift, Acrostic, Simile
An acrostic, using the letters that spell “Cavalier King Charles Spaniel” as first letter of each line: “My Daily Bread”
Set, precisely placed, Ref’s whistle blares o’er melee, Sphere propelled to net. Writing 201: Poetry…Day 1: Screen, Haiku, Alliteration; Today, write a poem about/against/in homage to the screens in your life.