Tag Archives: One Single Impression
Nothing Hypothetical offers “ochre” as a prompt at One Single Impression this week. I have been thinking about the tragedy of the Gulf Coast. bedeviled ochre jewels afloat destroy life Head over to OSI to see other’s take on the prompt.
cricket violins thrum a dawn song mockingbird responds For more about “dawn”, visit One Single Impression.
So my blogging friend Mary Lee wrote a one word poem on Day 25. Intriqued and tired from the month of asthma, allergies and work related things I have one to share as well today. This is the prompt at … Continue reading
memory runners dash past prayer flags in branches as wind scatters seeds APRIL IS POETRY MONTH! THE POETRY POSTCARD PROJECT IS BACK Would you like an original poem delivered to your mailbox instead of a bill? Email me your address … 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
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
Gautami Tripathy of Rooted provided the prompt, “reincarnation” at One Single Impression. Yesterday as I made “using up the leftover’s soup”, I realized I was reincarnating the items in the refrigerator. wednesday’s roast simmers in pot, sunday soup no one goes hungry Head … Continue reading
Loch Rob provided the prompt and the inspiration. I have three chair photos begging for a poem or two. Backstage Chair in Ringwood, NJ abandoned lost lines engraved on the wall final curtain drops Back Stage Chair II, Ringwood, NJ departed, left … Continue reading
maple leaf once a woodland umbrella now carpets the path caught between seasons squirrel gathers nuts See what others say about the shift in time at One Single Impression.
Pat Lewis introduced the world to his new poetry form, the “zeno” on Monday at The Miss Rumphius Effect. It is a mathematical pattern featuring syllables of 8-4-2-1-4-2-1-4-2-1 with an “abcdefdghd” rhyme scheme. While this is considered a “hailstone” sequence, Lewis didn’t … Continue reading