Poemtober – Weeks 2, 3, & 4

October 7 – Drip Drip dr ipdr ipdripdri pdripdripdrip dripdripdripdripdr ipdripdripdripdripdrip dripdripdripdripdripdrip dripdripdripdripdripd ripdripdripdripdrip dripdrop   October 8 – Toad Short and brown Good friend Toad, a little down Glad green Frog and he reflected Lobel’s selves, connected October 9 – Bounce Bounce along– Won’t I someday be Well Again? Yes (I think…) Now health […]

Inktober / Poemtober Small Poems, Week 4+

This week I decided to double my random poetry process. I went to a favorite inspiration post: “141 Ways to Play, Process, Stretch, Express, Disrupt Words and Form” and chose #23-31, without previewing them. Each day I attempted the linked prompts (below) and then also included the Inktober word of the day. 23 October, Saturday […]

Poetry Friday – Poemtober

Happy Poetry Friday today! Thank you, Irene, at Live Your Poem for hosting today. Here is her post with an Ode to Autumn by Neruda and “Autumn Puzzle” by Irene, as well as an opportunity in 2022. I hope to become an official wild and precious writer. It’s a busy week here, so I have […]

Poetry Friday – Beast

Oh, my goodness. Is there any goodness? With the killing and dying in Israel and Gaza, the House of Representatives in disarray, mass shootings daily and now this horrific one in Maine, and an election-denying radical as the new Speaker of the House.  On the other hand, there was a bit of goodness for today–I […]

Poetry Friday – #WhyIWrite

Today is Poetry Friday and the dancing, nurturing, running Bridget Magee, at Wee Words for Wee Ones, is hosting. (She has a birthday gift for us too.) Today is also the National Day on Writing, and Day 20 on my Inktober writing small poems in October. Today’s word is frost. October 20 – frost #WhyIWrite […]