electric fingertips channeling screeching soul air magiced vibrato tugging the guts of it all smoky vocal painting velvet strokes snake hipped bass lines with funk to spare a beat so far back it was the original rhythm young gifted bluesmen breaking out breaking Free Posted for Quadrille #40 at dVerse Notes: Formed in London … Continue reading tons of sobs
ghost open fear's still scars shadow dance dawn's dream shimmering balloons rose leaving echoed breath to grin storms lulled twist life ajar spring free flicker bliss's whisper to melt sound spill breezes cloud curled bubbles spark skipping drizzle cue giggles pepper-salt journeys Earthing green Posted for the 'All the … Continue reading earthlings
Greetings, intrepid poets! De Jackson here, aka WhimsyGizmo. It’s Quadrille Monday (my favorite!), when we write a poem of exactly 44 words, including a provided word. Today, I want us to DREAM together. Here is my version of 'The One With All The Words.' dance dreams of dawning drizzle, flicker fear a(jar) rose leaves … Continue reading wordled
It's quadrille night at dVerse ,which for some, means an attempt at the one with all the words. Here's mine. journey rose still spark(ed) breath's breeze on cue spilled drizzle(d) scars upon shadow's shimmering cloud melt echoed dawn's open ghostly whisper to dance and giggle green leaves sprung … Continue reading a(way)
Tonight's Quadrille challenge at dVerse offered by Victoria is to write a 44 word poem including the word Sound. This is a poem built from phrases I learned during a Konnakol workshop. that thom kitta tha'ka daka dari kitta tha'ka that thom kitta tha'ka tha'ka juna thari kitta thatta thikka kitta juna tha'ka … Continue reading konnakol (the sound of)
Tonight's Quadrille challenge at dVerse offered by Victoria is to write a 44 word poem including the word Sound. whispers of wind rustling trees birdsong at dusk rhythm of my footsteps padding on the grass frog jumps in pond splashes in my consciousness a ripple of thought at … Continue reading ding!
Every Quadrille prompt we offer a challenge to write 'one with all the words' This week the challenge is to use these 30 words in the 44 word poem. dance, lull, bubble, grin, melt, shimmer, twist, skip, green, breeze, spill, rose, journey, jar, leaves, open, shadow, cloud, spark, cue, breath(e), scar, curl, whisper, dawn, ghost, … Continue reading tir na nog