Monthly Archives: September 2009

One Single Impression: Colors

Solitary Panda provides the prompt, “colors”  at One Single Impression today.  It has been a while since a prompt was presented and there was the poem.  Perhaps all the smells and senses of yesterday’s canning adventure left its mark. grandma’s … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Haiku Riddles

Tricia (The Miss Rumphius Effect) challenged us to write haiku riddles based on the book If Not for the Cat by Jack Prelutsky.  I shared that book on this blog a while back. Here are two I wrote this week: … Continue reading

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One Single Impression: Fog

Sweetest in the Gale provided the prompt, “fog”, for One Single Impression this week. Perfect because with the changing of summer into fall, the fog has drifted in from its vacation. fog  wraps fir boughs morning prayer shawl For more … Continue reading

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One Single Impression: Romance

The prompt at One Single Impression this week is “romance”.  The following was inspired by yesterday’s dawn. sky-blue-pink morning hand in hand down the dirt path sacred rendezvous Totally late with this.  But more on the prompt cant be found here.

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The Key to the New Year

Okay, I know that September is not the calendar new year. For me, however, starting back to school signals a new year.  Just think, I have started 52 new years in September not counting my stint at LaVerne nursery school.  … Continue reading

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