Photo by Jovana Nesic on Pexels.com sun on snow— a diamond ring on my finger the scent of roses just before dawn in the bridal suite a red rose— his word of farewell brings relief © Colleen M. Chesebro Sanaa from dVerse asks us to write some love poetry... Happy Valentine's Day... or not!
#Haiku & #Senryu Poetry Forms
Now that I've got the 2019 Poet of the Week Compilation sorted, I wanted to talk more about writing and creating Haiku and Senryu in English with the traditional rules and what I call the "current" rules. Read my post here: 5/7/5 vs 3/5/3 & 2/3/2 Haiku & Senryu Styles for more information. My challenge… Continue reading #Haiku & #Senryu Poetry Forms
“The Prophecy,” A Flash Fiction/Senryu
I'm combining my Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge, using synonyms for "love and time, with the Carrot Ranch Literary Community August 16, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a comet. I used the words "continuum" for time, and "benevolence," for love. The comet streaked across the sky dragging a… Continue reading “The Prophecy,” A Flash Fiction/Senryu
The Red Sweater
A man and a woman walk through the park together, holding hands. They pass an old woman sitting on a bench. The old woman is knitting a small, red sweater. The man begins to cry. Write this scene. Today’s twist: write the scene from three different points of view: from the perspective of the man,… Continue reading The Red Sweater
Words of Wisdom for this Friday afternoon. Thanks for the visit. It’s great to see you again! Silver Threading