Day Eight: 12/13/22 Yule Blessings Book Tour

Welcome to Day Eight of the Fairies, Myths, & Magic II Book Tour! For Your Enjoyment: * I'll share a review of my favorite book from my host’s list. * Something from or about Fairies, Myths, & Magic II (follow the link below). Please leave a comment on my hosts’ sites, and your name will… Continue reading Day Eight: 12/13/22 Yule Blessings Book Tour

#PureMichigan, kouta

I’ve written this kouta (with a fifth, seven syllable line) as part of #TankaTuesday this week. Reena suggested the form, and I have to say I had fun with the Michigan colloquialisms. You can read more Michigan words HERE. The top of the state is know as the UP (Upper Michigan). The rest of the… Continue reading #PureMichigan, kouta

#Michigan Woods, #Tanka

soft winds rustle leaves below the green canopy blue jay's whisper song recalls wild fairy dances, lush mushrooms—and dreams of sky © 2021 Colleen M. Chesebro This is your friendly reminder that the Word Weaving Poetry Journal is accepting submissions until July 15, 2021. We publish haiku, senryu, haiga, gogyohka, tanka, tanka prose, haibun, cinquain… Continue reading #Michigan Woods, #Tanka

“The Neighborhood,” #Haibun, #FlashFiction

The February 25 2021, Carrot Ranch flash fiction prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story using the word frozen. It can be descriptive, character focused, action driven. Go out onto the ice and find a frozen story. Go where the prompt leads! Respond by March 2, 2021. "The Neighborhood," Haibun (99… Continue reading “The Neighborhood,” #Haibun, #FlashFiction

The Legend of Makwa Ikwe, Flash Fiction

July 19, 2018, Carrot Ranch Literary Community prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about Fannie Hooe. Although she is a legend in the Keweenaw, feel free to go where the prompt leads. Respond by July 24, 2018. They say Fannie Hooe drowned, but my daddy told me a different story.… Continue reading The Legend of Makwa Ikwe, Flash Fiction