Monthly Archives: October 2015

sonnet to ya

Late Day 10- but here it is. velcro shoes hanging midair curious eyes and innocent heart one small barrette in her untidy hair twenty years hold her and I apart take heed little girl-Don’t be afraid! whether church, salsa, or … Continue reading

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two days today

Day 7: ballad; What do you think about when you think about your neighborhood? childhood laughter fades away chalk outlines of make-believe towns live unknown in our memory alone mud soups and tag games morph into digital pictures in electronic frames … Continue reading

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mapfest

Day 5 Ode Engraved upon everyone’s heart lays a map leading them home no matter how close or far apart It’s even there once you’ve grown may you never be afraid to branch out new adventures should be taken in … Continue reading

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whatever day it is

The bark that grows on trees often works in order to please though knots sometimes form it’s not quite the norm, so instead we marvel at the leaves People are always so focused on the leaves on Trees, particularly at this … Continue reading

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Day 3: Prose

Today’s topic is a prose poem with internal rhyme; I’m going to go ahead and not tell you what the poem is about so you read it blinded. I’ll clarify afterwards just in case you’re super confused ..but really poetry … Continue reading

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day 2

acrostic/simile challenge footprints leading up the path a porch swing moves blindly to and fro hearts beat steady like a big bass drum leave troubles behind as you step through the frame Today two challenges were given; an acrostic poem … Continue reading

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poetry 201 haiku

screens! thin paper divide my shadow is all you see flawless silhouette

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