“The Wild Hunt,” A Nonet Poem

This week, I'm adding another poetry format to Colleen's Weekly Poetry Challenge that is similar to the Etheree, except there are nine lines instead of ten. Everyone loves the Etheree, and I just couldn't wait till the beginning of the new year to add a similar form. ❤ Many thanks to Jane Dougherty for the … Continue reading “The Wild Hunt,” A Nonet Poem

“The Circle of our Love” – Flash Fiction

November 15, 2018, Carrot Ranch Literary Community prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that uses scraps. It can be scraps of dried flowers, paper, metal, fabric, food — any kind of scraps you can think of. Then write a story about those scraps and why they matter or what they … Continue reading “The Circle of our Love” – Flash Fiction

4th Halloween Poem Contest – And The Winners Are… | Writer’s Treasure Chest

I've had a fabulous week! The other day I received an email from Aurora Jean Alexander (Writer's Treasure Chest) announcing that I was a winner in her Fourth Annual Halloween Poetry Contest! I've included my poem, below: “Samhain’s Song” – Etheree, Double Etheree, Etheree  Glad children prepare for Trick-or-Treat fun, never really knowing the truth behind … Continue reading 4th Halloween Poem Contest – And The Winners Are… | Writer’s Treasure Chest

“A Norse Halloween,” A #Tanka

I have been so busy that I couldn't find time to write a poem for my own poetry challenge for the last couple of weeks. Today, I vowed to find the time and I did! I used the word, "somber" for grave, and "reluctant" for afraid. A Norse Halloween Somber winternights— daylight wanes and the … Continue reading “A Norse Halloween,” A #Tanka