day and night now, equal in length— a stasis between the light and the darkness, it’s time… focus on balance call upon self-control, good will— let peace and quietude return to comfort our souls © Colleen M. Chesebro
Mark from Naturalist Weekly offers an amazing weekly haiku challenge. This week’s haiku invitation is to write a haiku or senryu that references spring insects. spring cleaning chores sweeping winter out the door stink bugs really stink © Colleen M. Chesebro Every spring (it’s too cold here in Michigan for the stink bugs to come […]
For #TankaTuesday this week, our words to find synonyms for were: spring & green. I used tender for green, and the word budding for spring. buoyant tender shoots on a water lily pond reflections budding © Colleen M. Chesebro Judy Mastrangelo’s inspirational oracle cards, Dream Your Joy, inspired this haiku.
The Carrot Ranch March 13, 2023, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a place where children once played. It can be a field, a playground, or any place that attracted children to play. But now it is empty. Abandoned. Go where the prompt leads! Submit by March 18, 2022. […]
**dVERSE Announcement**REMINDER! Two chances to join OLN LIVE this month!Thursday, March 16, from 3 to 4 PM ESTAND Saturday, March 18, from 10 to 11 AM EST.You may still link one poem as usual for OLN (Open Link Night) even if you do not attend a live session. I’ve been attending the Saturday sessions and […]