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Sonnet for the Future

For today’s prompt: Write a love poem and/or… Write an anti-love poem. Sonnet for the Future Leave me alone, my love, let me write this final poem, seal it in a time capsule for archaeologists to unearth so the distant … Continue reading

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Trapping Women

For today’s prompt, write a trap poem. Trapping Women I dug a hole with my verse, covered it with a blanket of metaphor, laid out a little picnic like a simile— soft cheese, French bread and wine. I stand nearby … Continue reading

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Our Nocturne

Our Nocturne Like Endymion, I worshipped Selene— my perfect muse— enticing yet unobtainable, and then you landed. Our time together— brief as a shooting star— concludes with this dance— before morning carries us apart. But we’ll still see the same … Continue reading

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Leap

You leapt into my arms knocking me on balance a phantom limb restored  

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Padding (Poem-A-Day 15)

For today’s prompt, we actually have a Two-for-Tuesday prompt: Write a love poem. Love, it’s such a big 4-letter word that can mean so much to so many for a variety of interpretations. Friendly love, sexual love, dorky love, all-encompassing … Continue reading

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