ysabetwordsmith: Victor Frankenstein in his fancy clothes (Frankenstein)
This poem came out of the September 2014 Creative Jam. It was inspired by prompts from [personal profile] dialecticdreamer and [personal profile] helgatwb. It also fills the "indecent proposal" square in my 6-11-14 card for the [community profile] fanbingo fest and the "Frankenstein" square in my 9-11-14 card for the Halloween Bingo fest. This poem has been sponsored by [personal profile] dialecticdreamer. It belongs to the series Frankenstein's Family.

WARNING: This poem contains rude behavior and sexual harassment.  If those are sensitive topics for you, please consider your state of mind before deciding whether to read onward.



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ysabetwordsmith: Victor Frankenstein in his fancy clothes (Frankenstein)
Wow, I just pasted in the latest poems to the Frankenstein's Family collection ... which is just over 35,000 words now, nearly at the novel threshold of 40,000.  Not quite all of them have been published yet, but the sale is still running through tomorrow.
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 "Modern Love" is a wonderful genderqueer fanfic about the changing customs of Discworld dwarves.
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem is spillover from the September 2, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] dialecticdreamer. It also fills the "being silly" square in my 9-1-14 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo  fest. This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the Antimatter & Stalwart Stan thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem came out of conversation with [personal profile] lynnoconnacht. It also fills the "partnership" square in my 9-1-14 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo  fest.  It has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette.  This poem belongs to the Antimatter & Stalwart Stan thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem came out of the September 2, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by prompts from [personal profile] lynnoconnacht[personal profile] stardreamer, and [personal profile] helgatwb. It also fills the "curry night" square in my 12-8-13 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo  fest.  This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette.  It belongs to the Antimatter & Stalwart Stan thread of my Polychrome Heroics series.

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem was written outside the prompt calls, inspired by conversation with [personal profile] lynnoconnacht.  It also fills the "Wild Card: food, cooking, & mealtimes" square in my 12-8-13 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo  fest.  It has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette.  This poem belongs to the Antimatter & Stalwart Stan thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
Thanks to a donation from Anthony & Shirley Barrette, "What a Precious Privilege" is now complete!  See how Stan and Lawrence work out the rest of their compromises now that Lawrence is feeling better enough to articulate at least some of his needs without giving Stan that stomped-puppy look.

Watch for more about Stan and Lawrence, as the next four poems will be going up over the next several days as I have time to post them.
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
Thanks to a donation from [personal profile] dialecticdreamer, there are 8 new verses in "What a Precious Privilege."  Lawrence points out some of what has gone wrong in his life, or could in the future especially if Stan isn't careful about the situation.
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
Thanks to a donation from [personal profile] chanter_greenie, there are 6 new verses in "What a Precious Privilege."  Lawrence and Stan begin the difficult conversation about what happened between them yesterday.  

I am still in the process of posting stuff, and for this poem, figuring who's helping cosponsor it because there were some overlaps in requests to sponsor other stuff.  But new verses!  Yay!
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
Thanks to a donation from [personal profile] lynnoconnacht,  there are 11 new verses in "What a Precious Privilege."  Lawrence enjoys the omelette and finally starts waking up enough to realize that there are some things he needs to say to Stan.
ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem was written outside the prompt calls, inspired by conversations with [personal profile] lynnoconnacht.  It also fills the "fever / delirium" square in my 7-31-14 card for the [community profile] hc_bingo  fest.  It has been sponsored by [personal profile] stardreamer.  This poem belongs to the Stalwart Stan & Antimatter thread of the Polychrome Heroics series.

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
This poem came out of the October 7, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl.  It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] alexseanchai.  It also fills the "love without hope" square on my 9-1-14 card for the [community profile] ladiesbingo  fest.  This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette.  It belongs to the series Polychrome Heroics.

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ysabetwordsmith: Paranormal detective Brenda in a wheelchair (PIE)

This poem came out of the September 16, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by prompts from DW user [personal profile] peoriapeoriawhereart[personal profile] zianuray, and Shirley Barrette. It also fills the "afternoon" square in my 9-1-14 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo  fest. This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the series P.I.E.

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ysabetwordsmith: Paranormal detective Brenda in a wheelchair (PIE)

This poem came out of the September 16, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl.  It was inspired by DW users [personal profile] mdlbear[personal profile] jazzyjj, and LJ user Zianuray.  It also fills the "physical imperfections" square in my 9-1-14 card for the [community profile] ladiesbingo fest and the "loss of limb / limb function" square in my 7-31-14 card for the  [community profile] hc_bingo fest.  This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette.  It belongs to the series P.I.E

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ysabetwordsmith: Damask smiling over their shoulder (polychrome)
Thanks to a donation from Anthony & Shirley Barrette, "Straight as an Arrow" is now complete. Stan and Lawrence talk about their feelings for each other and their relationship.

This unlocks "Before the Fever Breaks" (628 lines, Buy It Now = $314) which is now eligible for sponsorship or microfunding.
ysabetwordsmith: Paranormal detective Brenda in a wheelchair (PIE)
The following poems from the September 3, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl are currently available. Poems may be sponsored via PayPal -- there's a permanent donation button on my LiveJournal profile page -- or you can write to me and discuss other methods.

At the moment, "Pitfalls" is open for microfunding, which means you can chip in toward that or the following poems may be bought whole.



"Born of Land and Sea" -- 300 lines, $150 SOLD
I actually needed a beach for a selkie prompt, which inspired the free-verse "Born of Land and Sea." A young woman seeks help regarding her surprisingly-mobile baby, leading to a search for the father and some pleasant time on beaches.

"City of Sun and Rain" -- 206 lines, $103 SOLD
Your obstacles prompt combined with one about San Diego, inspiring the free-verse poem "City of Sun and Rain." Brenda and Darrel relax in the city after closing a case, where they enjoy the shops and a trip to the zoo.

"Climbing Rocks" -- 178 lines, $89
This combined with some other prompts to inspire the free-verse poem "Climbing Rocks." Brenda and Darrel have to deal with a rock monster -- but first they have to get to it.

"The Door to Nowhere" -- 252 lines, $126
Dreamwidth prompts inspired the free-verse poem "The Door to Nowhere." A call from the university, a mysterious flickering outline, and a white cat make for an unplanned trip. This crosses over with Schrodinger's Heroes.

"Halfway to Heaven" -- 180 lines, $90 SOLD
This combined with a couple other prompts to inspired the free-verse poem "Halfway to Heaven." It's an explanation of why Brenda makes a point of helping other people when she can, and it looks back to a time closer to her accident when life was pretty rough for her.

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