Tag Archives: night

Fraiku: Traveling through the Dark

I wonder what it’d be like to live where no blinking red lights marred the heroic night sky that never cared less (for William Stafford from whom I stole the title and the heroic sky that never cared less.)

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Fraiku: Night Sounds

An orchestra of raspy wingsalmost covers the faint scrapeof paws padding nearby.

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A Good Winter Night

A Good Winter Night Unlike the impatient dawnwhich erupts upon the worldlike a chocolate covered cherry Sunset eases graceful silentand welcoming as an old bookby a fireplace in winter Sink into this well-worn couchput your feet in my laplet me … Continue reading

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Fraiku: Nightowl

Crickets serenadeMy solo lucubrationDawn arrives too soon

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Evening Fog

For today’s prompt from Robert Lee Brewer’s Write Better Poetry blog, write an evening poem. The evening can be a quiet and contemplative time, a stressed or fearful time, or, well, party time. Evenings can be lonely or romantic, cool … Continue reading

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Power Outage

For today’s prompt, write a dark poem. Cave poems, poems at night, and no electricity poems–these are all appropriate for today’s prompt. Of course, dark has several other connotations as well. An underdog is often known as a dark horse, … Continue reading

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