Many thanks to everyone who joined in below:
|1.||Harmony Kent||7.||ben Alexander||13.||theindieshe|
|2.||Reena Saxena||8.||I deleted Margaret’s extra link||14.||Margaret 21|
|3.||willowdot21||9.||D. L. Finn||15.||Mayuri Srivastava|
|4.||Gwen Plano||10.||Annette Rochelle Aben||16.||Ruth Klein|
|6.||Sarah David||12.||Colleen Chesebro||18.||You’re next!|
Whew! What a week! I’ve been working on some creative projects this week, so I’ve been extra busy. Our contractor should finish the last bathroom on Tuesday! I can’t wait for this chapter of home renovations to be over.
👉🏻 🥳 👉🏻 I came across this blog post by Ken Hume HERE about writing poetry with your whole life. This is a great read! Please stop by Ken’s blog and share your thoughts. 👏🏻
Harmony picked a tough theme this week. What did your longest day look like? This week, I went with Sarah David’s shadorma poem, “Solstice.” The summer solstice was my first thought on the theme of the longest day. I liked the flow of this poem. Sarah captures the essence of the summer solstice in so few words.
summer’s breath blistering sunrise glowing still long past day simmering into sunset lengthening shadows © Sarah David
This week, I’ve asked Sarah David to choose the theme prompt for next month’s challenge. Please email your words to me at least a week before the challenge to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Upcoming Prompt Poets
Specific Form: Yvette
See you tomorrow for the new challenge!