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Two Poems: 2 forms & 2 seasons

by Shari Jo LeKane-Yentumi

Rondeau:

Stone Cold Winter Blues


Stone cold winter blues like frozen grass weeps in the snow.

Dead to January sun and icy wind chill blows. 357 more words

POETRY

REBIRTH – a rondeau

 

My rondeau, a light and merry thought,
is given in the hope that nought
of ugliness will intervene
in sunlit meadow, no trouble sought
for my rondeau. 95 more words

Short Poetry

PROMPT: Your word is "high."

Above the cotton clouds my wings will go,

I’ll forget who broke my bones down below,

Cracked and bent my back with their heavy feet, 102 more words

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Set List

I am one of ten writers that have been asked to perform at a closed spoken word event in Toronto on the 19th of March. I have been agonizing since accepting the invitation over what I will recite. 862 more words

T J Therien

week 334 ~ there is nothing I can do

there is nothing I can do
so nothing’s what I’m doing
my success depends on you
there is nothing I can do
inertia leaves me to stew… 18 more words

Poetry

week 333 ~ singularly

singularly
true to the end
we strive to be
singularly
unique as we
learn how we bend
singularly
true to the end

Poetry

Poem: a speech

A song did play on one bright day,
when one man stood and he did say,
that what he saw it must be wrong,
that it had been this way too long, 76 more words

Poetry