Reblog from Yay Words! Short Poems on Dreams and Foxes

I am reblogging this as much for myself as others. Anyone interested in haiku or other short forms, foxes and/or dreams, or just an excuse to write… be sure and check it out. The deadline is April 20th, so there is time enough to enjoy.

Yay Words!

Happy vernal equinox, all!

“I Doodle, You ‘Ku” is closing in on its last week and a half. It’s been a blast and I’ve been enjoying all the wonderful poems. I’m a greedy person and want to keep the fun rolling, and there are not nearly enough good fox poems in the world. I’ve also admired poets who can write in forms that rely on concrete imagery and still effectively tie in something as abstract as dreams. And because I like mashing two prompts together, I’m inviting you (or challenging, or begging and pleading…) to write about either/or.

Although I had planned to originally do this in March, I read that the Inari Matsuri Festival (see some nice background at the World Kigo Database) is April 22nd this year, so it seemed more fitting to put it off, which seems to have worked well in the end!

I will…

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About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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6 Responses to Reblog from Yay Words! Short Poems on Dreams and Foxes

  1. Shawna says:

    I am very interested in reading about dreams. I’ll check it out.

  2. brian miller says:

    nice…had not heard of this…just went and checked it out…thanks for the intel…

  3. Raven says:

    Thank you for this info-reblog. It opened new doors for me.

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