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A Pacific Northwest poet, writing confessional and haunting poetry.

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February 2018

Feb 25 prompt and poem

Today’s prompt is “dust Continue reading “Feb 25 prompt and poem”

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Feb 23 & 24 prompt and poem

Yesterday’s prompt was ” banana bread”. Warm sweet banana bread – I understand the best is made from bananas with brown, almost black skin – the more over-ripe the banana, the sweeter the bread.

Today’s prompt Continue reading “Feb 23 & 24 prompt and poem”

Feb 22 prompt

Making this quick as I’m waiting for yoga to start.

Before today was my birthday – it was first George Washington’s. Today’s prompt is a Twofer:

1) George Washington ( who surprisingly hasn’t shown up in any of my poems yet)

2) write about being birthed today. Its the first day of your life …

Feb 21 prompt and a poem

It is nearing my birthday – so I am getting a bit personal on the prompts …

 Today’s  prompt is “purple” – my favorite color and very wrapped in meaning to me. Continue reading “Feb 21 prompt and a poem”

Feb 19 & 20 prompt and a poem

I know I have gotten slow in posting these prompts – but life has been happening Continue reading “Feb 19 & 20 prompt and a poem”

Feb 17 & 18 prompt and a poem

I was planning on doing nothing today Yeah – that’s not gonna happen. Creatives don’t do “nothing” …

 Yesterday’s  prompt was “buried on mars”

Today’s prompt is ” drink wine day” -yes – this is one thing I won’t be doing. I love wine … but none on hand. I have paint though – and canvas. So maybe I’ll paint wine. Continue reading “Feb 17 & 18 prompt and a poem”

Feb 16 prompt

Let’s get back to nature and present day. It is Audobon’s Great Backyard Bird Count … today’s  prompt is “backyard bird”. Continue reading “Feb 16 prompt”

Feb 15 prompt & poem

It’s Advancement of science week and, as such,  today’s  prompt is simply “science”. Continue reading “Feb 15 prompt & poem”

Feb 14 prompt & poem

Valentines’s Day. Birthday of Oregon, my favorite grandmother and of my beloved …

So today’s  prompt is “Tiger”. Continue reading “Feb 14 prompt & poem”

Feb 13 prompt

Tuesday’s prompt is “Inside a computer”.

… Which is where it seems I live alot .

 

Feb 11 & 12 prompt

Sorry – life has been demanding and has needed to be tackled face-on and with a battle cry.

Sunday’s prompt was Continue reading “Feb 11 & 12 prompt”

Feb 10 prompt

Today’s prompt is “along the water”.

I may go differently with this prompt than  Continue reading “Feb 10 prompt”

Feb 8 & 9 prompt

Yesterday was a “one-step forward, three-steps back” day:  I knew my physical self would have a push-back from two demanding Continue reading “Feb 8 & 9 prompt”

Feb 7 prompt

While I am a spiritual person, I am equally passionate about science. And I often see the spiritual world echoed Continue reading “Feb 7 prompt”

Feb 6 prompt

One of the duties in writing is “description” and one of the first few things we describe Continue reading “Feb 6 prompt”

Feb 4 & 5 prompt

Yesterday’s prompt was “home-made soup”.

Today’s is “kill the machine’. … because after three days of tracking Continue reading “Feb 4 & 5 prompt”

Feb 3 prompt

Today’s prompt is “women physician “.

Yes – I’m a proponent of feminism! Continue reading “Feb 3 prompt”

Feb 2 prompt

Today is Wear Red Day – to bring awareness to strokes and heart disease in women – I am going to put a twist on that. Today’s prompt is to Continue reading “Feb 2 prompt”

Feb 1 prompt

Today starts National Black History Month (why do we only set aside 28 days Continue reading “Feb 1 prompt”

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