no one wrote this no one reads it now the hand that pens itself cannot clap this is that sound Submission for Meet The Bar over at dVerse where Frank suggests Brevity for our poems.
More Beautiful Fox Photographs Lillian here. Delighted to be tending bar. So, let’s talk about anthropomorphism today: the attribution of human traits, emotions, and intentions to nonhumans. Hmmm…how does that differ from personification? Literary Devices.net explains “…there is a slight difference between these two. Personification is an act of giving human characteristics to animals or … Continue reading Zen Master
Tis open link night at dVerse tonight with Grace hosting. Photography is mine. Hi everyone! Welcome to our OpenLinkNight ! This is your opportunity to link 1 poem of your choice as this is no prompt-day. For those who missed the Mr Linky deadline the past week or this Tuesday’s poetics about the “suburb” poem, … Continue reading in search of Zen
It's Haibun Monday at dVerse tonight and we are prompted by Toni Spencer to write a free for all Haibun. Here's how she set up the challenge. That being said, today is a Free For All…meaning, you pick the subject upon which you wish to write. There are rules of course – (1) The haibun … Continue reading a Japanese moment
The challenge set by Kim is to write a poem about a garden. It can be a real garden (yours or someone else’s), a fantasy garden, a fictional garden, such as The Secret Garden, the garden of live flowers in Through the Looking Glass or the garden in Lady Chatterley’s Lover, a biblical or historical … Continue reading Beeliners
Haibun Monday at dVerse Hello fearsome and fearless poets! It is Toni Spencer (kanzen sakura or hayesspencer) here with you today after a personal hiatus. It is good to be back and prompting you for this Haibun Monday again! So the prompt is to write about a memorable full moon or super moon. Why was … Continue reading Auspicious Moon
I am being drawn in again....now to this....Haibun Monday prompt. Here goes. Thank you to Grace for the prompt. "For this week’s prompt, think about a moment of your typical day (first person singular). This can be your morning routine, commute, day in the office, a walk in the afternoon, household chores, grocery shopping, gardening … Continue reading ordinary extras