Tag Archives: rhyming poetry

Viv Is Taking A Short Blogging Break

Hello folks, it’s Tilly here. I’ve news that you won’t like to hear: Viv’s feeling a little brittle and the solution logical is to spend time in hospital (let’s hope it’s just a little). Get well soon, our darling Viv!

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Roads

By-roads are the best roads, but not if you want to go somewhere because by-roads meander and back roads lead nowhere – take the main road if you want to get there. Speeding by on a main road we see … Continue reading

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The Art of Mucha

Curvilinear erotic exotic beauty sweeps across the page swirls whirls sensual beauty curves across the page elongated adumbrated lines of beauty drawn out on the page vague suggestion of obsession evanescent image fades. An ekphrastic poem  in response to the art … Continue reading

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A Chilly Genesis

Walt at http://poeticbloomings.com/ has invented a new form, which boils down to a 3-six-line stanza poem rhyming ABACBA, in no particular metre.  Here is my first clumsy attempt: I declined to extend it to the prescribed three stanzas!  Now I’m off … Continue reading

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Dreams

for http://onesingleimpression.blogspot.com/  Dreams are wishes as yet unfulfilled. Maybe too ambitious of a life to build. Or yet messages coded, scrambled, possibly presages of what is to come, hard to disentangle. Sometimes we have adventures exciting or bizarre, or an … Continue reading

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