Tag Archives: shadorma

SOLSC19 30/31: Saturday Shadorma

It’s March and the Slice of Life Challenge. Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing space for writers. The Shadorma is a Spanish style form of poetry with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable pattern. Submitted first attemptwith Submittablefour poemsleft the nestfor editors … Continue reading

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SOLSC19 9/31: A Shadorma with a Beet

It’s March and the Slice of Life Challenge. Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing space for writers. Yesterday, my prompt for a poetry group on Facebook was banned. I tried posting the link on my own page anx received … Continue reading

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Poemtober: Day 6

It’s Saturday.  Time for a shadorma. autumn leaves yellow, orange piles scrunch and crunch we scamper squirrels gather fallen nuts to hide for winter ©jone rush macculloch

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Poetry Friday: Bristlecone Trail

Thank you to Erin at The Water’s Edge for hosting Poetry Friday this week. This is a photo from my husband and my trip to Bryce National Park. We walked the Bristlecone Trail just after sunrise. We had the trail … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Separation

Thanks to Amy at The Poem Farm for hosting Poetry Friday. Michelle H. Barnes has interview my poetry mentor, Naomi Shihab Nye this month. Squee! Her poetry challenge is to write a poem about an unanswerable question. I began with … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Larking with the Birds

Thanks to  Christie at Wondering and Wandering for hosting the bird fest Poetry Friday round up today. Backstory for today’s poem:  We travelled to Idaho in April to visit our friends.  It happened to be Easter Sunday and they hold a … Continue reading

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SOL18: Allergies Woe

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers who every Tuesday provide space for us to share our reflections and slices of life. The Shadorma is a Spanish style form of poetry with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable pattern spring allergies woe coughing and sneezing tissues spent ruddy … Continue reading

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