Saturday, October 14, 2017

wool and yarn



wool and yarn
old and young
bob and jeff
mackenzie and kristen


matt and scott
joseph and norman
martha and mira
janet and john

nothing is wrong
unless you skip green monster to brown cookies
tulane,
loyla

all rock

short story slam week 75, 76, 77, poetry and story inn fridays week 5, 6, 7

poetry and story inn fridays week 4, short story slam week 75, and halloween special 

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what a ride
tom is bright
what a fan
abbey is grand

what a show
tic toc toe
what a scare
sheng and amelia

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

weekly prompts

Eclipse 

 

 

Heart stones


too wet to drive
too far to hear you
we nap at lazy afternoons
cutting edges of blade turning things

remain calm and high
stay put and dry
wrapped, melted, accomplished, disappointed,
goodbye and memorized haphazard and do not ask why

Whirligig 125 


THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "Carrying Water to the Field" by Joyce Sutphen: afternoons, cultivating, water, wrapped, cut, across, surprise, turning, blade, melted, gulp, accomplished

  

 

3WW, The Final Chapter (and Week No. 538) 

 

Goodbye, exclamation: farewell, adieu, au revoir, ciao, adios; bye, bye-bye, so long, see you later, see you, sayonara; bon voyage; cheers; noun: parting, leave-taking, send-off.
Memorize, verb: commit to memory, remember, learn by heart, get off by heart, learn, learn by rote, become word-perfect in, get something down pat.

Haphazard, adjective: random, unplanned, unsystematic, unmethodical, disorganized, disorderly, irregular, indiscriminate, chaotic, hit-and-miss, arbitrary, aimless, careless, casual, slapdash, slipshod; chance, accidental.