What a crazy week it’s been. I’m glad to put last week behind me. I had computer issues and then WiFi issues! WordPress has been slow and unresponsive. I finally changed my browser to Firefox so I could finish this post. Everything seems unstable. Hopefully, everything works again… Fingers crossed.
Sorry, it took me so long to visit your poetry. I look forward to reading your poems each week.
I’m almost finished writing Word Craft ~ Prose & Poetry. I wanted to make sure that everyone understands that I’ve been grabbing much of your challenge poetry to use after each chapter as examples of how to write the Japanese and American forms. If I use your poetry, you keep all the rights to your poem. I use citations that link to you in the bibliography in the back of the book.
If you do not want your poetry included in the book, please email me at email@example.com and let me know. I don’t want anyone to worry about copyright laws. Thanks.
Linda Lee Lyberg picked an impressive pair of words for us to work with this week for our #SynonymsOnly challenge: “Nimble & Enigma.”
Mr. Linky has provided the links to everyone’s poem below.
|1.||Padre||8.||Linda Lee Lyberg||15.||Sally Cronin|
|5.||s. s.||12.||anita dawes||19.||Colleen Chesebro|
|6.||Ritu Bhathal||13.||Elizabeth||20.||Vashti Quiroz- Vega|
|7.||Dave Madden||14.||Sue Vincent|
Everyone’s poetry has reached new heights in creativity. I’m so impressed! It just goes to show that with practice, we all become better poets.
I thought I had better explain my theory in selecting a poet to highlight in the Synonyms Only, Photo Prompt, and Theme Prompt challenges. There is no poet of the week this year. I’ve been selecting poets, intending to give everyone a chance for me to highlight their poetry and the opportunity to have a say in the prompts. Mainly, I want everyone to have fun!
So, this week I selected Anita Dawes to pick next month’s syllables! Anita’s poem is featured below. I like the magical quality to Anita’s word choice. My daughter is getting married on the Summer Solstice. I told Anita her poem reminded me of a pagan handfasting ceremony where the couple litterally ties the knot!
Congratulations, Anita Dawes, it’s your turn to pick the words for the Synonyms Only challenge for July 2020. Please Email me your choice of words at firstname.lastname@example.org before next month’s challenge.
Make your best wish
Swift it will return
By age-old magic true
Agile mind, no puzzle there
The veil will part to let it through
Beware the partnership it returned
Darkest mystery made with you in mind…