I think I've moved on to revision mode--
I like this especially the Carnegie--carne (flesh) idea. Keep going. You have inspired me to try it, too.
You have a sharp edge, girl. ;-)
14 Waves: crunchy, chewy words, very jewelled. Great closing lines! :-) BTW, is it okay if I refer by title?
Oh, sure, Ivy, refer away. Just trying to keep the place neat. ;-)
An amazing piece. The middle is so dead on.
Great poems today, and especially yesterday.
Nice...! What do you mean no.4? I'm still workin' on number three. :-)
No. 4 is my favorite - so far.
Crocus is so surprising, a continually regenerating surprise, especially towards the end there. :-)
Y'all are too kind. Thanks for the read.
I am amazed by these wonderful poem-a-day exercises. Ah, such energy!
That's all folks! Thanks, again.
Yay, Suzanne! Well done! :-) Did you have fun?
Thanks, Ivy. I did have fun and then suddenly it wasn't fun, suddenly it felt more like a job so I stopped. I might continue in private though -- once this easter egg madness is finished that is. xo
I've participated in a poetry boot camp online. You write a poem a day for 6 days, get some critiquing and give some as well. Intense, but generative writing, and I came away with rough beginnings. Good for you Suzanne in the midst of egg madness!
I keep missing them . . . send them to me!
Gee - I missed it.
Ha! You and everyone else Nick. I didn't post it. ;-)
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