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Day 7, fer real now, and Day 9

First, here’s a version (not the same one I posted on the challenge, and nowhere near the final version) of the “real” plant poem (real as opposed to silliness) Ginkgo biloba The ginkgo effaces itself on a suburban lawn dropping golden fans in the autumn and stinking seeds in the spring. It stretches across the […]

Wednesday Prompt: Write about spring

If you’d like to see the prompts week to week or are curious about what people write, you can click the Poetic Asides link in the blogroll. Fire Drill Unfurled, the convertible grasps the sun. Blue flashes by with the last drops of rain. The truck basks at the light, drying its shell. Of a […]