Anyone in search of a poetry prompt? Writing prompt? You can find a rather large group of words to choose from at We Write Poems Wordle #9. If you enjoy rooting your creation in the meanings from which the words grew and were plucked, visit We Write Poems prompt 202 and read through the comments. Links to the poems of origin (where the wordle words were harvested) can be found there.
Be sure to link to We Write Poems and share anything you write. Let me know, and I’ll stop in to read.
at the base of my soul heaviness
drink from the crescent
under grandmother’s quilt
bare fool echoes
tinkling fey dances in her garden
of patchouli and lemon grass
newly dried persimmon
For We Wordle #5
There is something new at We Write Poems. We have introduced our Red Wolf Journal
The Red Wolf journal will offer four quarterly themes each year. You are invited to submit as many poems and as often as you wish on each given theme.
Visit, read, and please consider submitting. You’ll find the submission guidelines here.
sliver of a smile
before a startled gasp
and then darkness
I hold my breath
somewhere between full and empty
As part of her prompt, Elizabeth Crawford has shared a fascinating site, Instant Poetry, at We Write Poems. Can you tell which form I chose from the list on the Instant Poetry site? For Elizabeth’s full prompt, visit WWP prompt 198 Child’s Play.