Monthly Archives: January 2010
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Read Write Poem had a picture prompt about an old chair this past week. (I decided to use my own photo of an old chair). The Poetry Stretch prompt was to write a tritina: 10-line poem made of three, … Continue reading
Thanks to Lisa, I have a new place to get haiku prompts. At haikuverymuch they will send you a weekly prompt. This week: octopus. octopus branches undulate, sun peek-a-boos silhouette at dusk ++++++++++++++++++++++ bare limbs of winter undersea octopus swims … Continue reading
There are several places I look each week for haiku and poetry prompts. One is One Single Impression. The other is a recently discovered one, Haiku Bones. This week’s prompts: One Single Impression: chaos Haiku Bones: incandescent Sometimes I can fuse … Continue reading
Poetry Stretch this week is about “firsts” for the new year. A first for me is the discovery of Haiku Bones. It provides a weekly prompt much like One Single Impression but for the haiku in all of us. Two … Continue reading
Do you write kidlit stories? Do you have one finished? There is a terrific opportunity to enter the first 500 words of a completed MG and/or YA novel. Winner recieves comlimentary critique of the beginning page/s. Kidlit Contest is a feature … Continue reading
The poetry stretch for this week from The Miss Rumphius Effect was to write a “shadorma”. This poetry form is six lines, unrhymed with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable count for the lines. The prompt at One Single Impression is wings. Today … Continue reading
I cannot believe it has been a month since I wrote on this blog. Really? December was a whirlwind. Here’s to a fabulous 2010.