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The following poems from the April 18, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," "The Golden Peaches of Peace," "Leaves Upon the Water," and "The Quick Brown Fox." Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever linkback poem you request.



"Lead Us in Peace"
Well, I started with Ladino, but then they went haring off into Ghardaia sign language. Did you know Jews had their own sign languages? I hadn't come across those until I stumbled over them just now. Anyhow, Menachem and Yossele are exploring that as well as Ladino with some new friends. "Lead Us in Peace" is written in free verse.
58 lines, Buy It Now = $20

"Like Oil to a Lamp"
A DW prompt inspired "Like Oil to a Lamp," which is written in parallel tercets. It lists a whole bunch of famous Jewish foods.
36 lines, Buy It Now = $15

"Pesach Sameach"
A couple of prompts contributed to the free-verse poem "Pesach Sameach." During the Passover celebration, Yossele shares a story about slavery.
135 lines, Buy It Now = $68

In the month of Nissan,
the time of Pesach drew near.

Menachem turned their route
toward the prosperous town where
his old master kept a smithy, so that
he could celebrate the holiday with friends
.


"The Work of Your Hands"
This inspired the free-verse poem "The Work of Your Hands." Menachem attempts to study the creation of golems.
57 lines, Buy It Now = $20

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Apr. 18th, 2017 12:23 am
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 [personal profile] kyleri makes crap free soap.  :D  Check out Beltaine Rising (rose-berry scent, a lovely orchid color) and Dragon's Blood (in color only, the scent is patchouli-plum-cherry).
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The following poems from the April 4, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," "The Golden Peaches of Peace," "Leaves Upon the Water," and "The Quick Brown Fox." Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.



"Climbing Through the Cracks"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Climbing Through the Cracks." An abused teen seeks refuge in an unlikely place.
375 lines, Buy It Now = $188

Jobina Benton knew
how to live in the cracks.

She searched for clothes
in thrift stores and giveboxes,
went dumpster-diving for
anything still usable
.


"Profusion"
Several prompts contributed to the free-verse poem "Profusion." People travel through a crack in the Tef, first in spirit, then in body.
113 lines, Buy It Now = $57

The crack was small,
at first, barely big enough
to pick up radio signals
or whisper through.

Alex and Ash examined it
with their sensors. Bailey
and Chris built tiny probes
to squeeze through it.



"The Tragedy of the People"
Some DW prompts inspired the free-verse poem "The Tragedy of the People." Salim escapes from Palestine into surprising new opportunities.
156 lines, Buy It Now = $78

Salim Tamimi is too young to remember
a free Palestine, but he's heard stories of it
from before the endless decades of war.

It would be nice, he thinks, to live somewhere
free of bombs and raids and encroachment
.


There are three new poems about Stylet, to be released in sequence:

"The New Beginnings of Soft Greens"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The New Beginnings of Soft Greens." Stylet reacts badly to receiving Ashley's message, and Carissa puts him back together again.
182 lines, Buy It Now = $91
Available for posting after "The Whip of His Own Remorse," "The Inner Transition," "The Willingness to Surrender Ideas," "Until It Hears Something Better," and "A Little from the Heart" have been sponsored and published.

Stylet had three long, horrible days
to think about the consequences
that his actions had brought him.

Three days of feeling guilty
about the berettafly mess and
ashamed of ruining Ashley's life
and hurt that she found the sliver of 
their genetic juncture so offensive.



"This Is How I Should Be"
Continuing the tale of Ashley and Stylet, "This Is How I Should Be" features them discussing future plans -- this time, via video call and with emotional spotters, so nobody gets hurt. The poem is written in free verse.
307 lines, Buy It Now = $154
Available for posting after "The Whip of His Own Remorse," "The Inner Transition," "The Willingness to Surrender Ideas," "Until It Hears Something Better," "A Little from the Heart," and "The New Beginnings of Soft Greens" have been sponsored and published.

The routing information on
Ashley's message indicated
that she was still in the hospital,
so that's where Stylet tried first.

He had Carissa with him as
an emotional spotter, so they used 
the viewscreen for the video call.



"The Key to Everything"
A DW prompt about Stylet inspired the free-verse poem "The Key to Everything." Stylet talks about one of his prior creations, but there's more going on than he realizes.
144 lines, Buy It Now = $72
Available for posting after "The Whip of His Own Remorse," "The Inner Transition," "The Willingness to Surrender Ideas," "Until It Hears Something Better," "A Little from the Heart," "The New Beginnings of Soft Greens," and "This Is How I Should Be" have been sponsored and published.

It took time for the authorities
to go through all of the information
that Stylet had ceded to them.

Periodically Valor's Widow or Carissa
would take Stylet to the police station or 
SPOON or SPAZMAT to talk about
the repercussions of the content.



There are three exit day poems about Shiv, all free verse:

"Blue Jeans and Jazz"
"Blue Jeans and Jazz" actually happens the day before Shiv leaves prison. Mr. Vanburen helps Shiv choose some street clothes, because Shiv is too overwhelmed to do it all by himself.
536 lines, Buy It Now = $268

Shiv lay in his bunk and tried
not to think about how today was
his second-to-last day in prison.

He wanted early release,
sure, he was grateful for it,
but now that it was almost here,
he was also terrified of it.



"The Key to Your New Home"
"The Key to Your New Home" follows Shiv as he explores his apartment in Public Housing.
201 lines, Buy It Now = $101

It was a good thing
that Boss White came
to pick him up from the bus,
because Shiv could hardly
string two thoughts together.

What the fuck do I do now?
Shiv wondered, nibbling his lip.



"To Know After Absence"
"To Know After Absence" is about Shiv moving into an apartment above Blues Moon and choosing some furniture from the gang's storage building.
372 lines, Buy It Now = $186
Available for posting after "The Key to Your New Home" has been sponsored and published.

On the way to Blues Moon,
Shiv fretted over all the new stuff
that he was supposed to remember --
his apartment keys, the new address,
the hours for the amenities -- and it had
him gnawing his thumbnail from nerves.

Boss White listened to him muttering
the information so he wouldn't forget it,
then said, "Write it down, Shiv. I didn't
give you that daybook for a doorstop."


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It's not often you get to participate in a real live myth. (Some things are true more than once.) One of Doug's favorite magic supply companies, Card-Shark, suffered a warehouse fire that took out all of their raw materials and production equipment. :( Fortunately their finished goods are stocked elsewhere and survived. This is the company that makes, among a variety of elegant card tricks and delightfully geeky magical supplies, the Phoenix Decks of cards for magicians. They do plan to rebuild, and could use funds to help buy new materials and equipment. We have seen their display table at a magic convention and plan to shop with them at another event later this year.

How you can help the Phoenix rise from the ashes:

* If you are a magician, and have been eyeing their products, buy something.

* If you are not a magician, but have friends who are, pass the word to them also.

* Take advantage of their Rise from the Ashes program to buy discounted vouchers good for future purchases:
Silver
Gold
Platinum

These would also make nice gifts if you're shopping for a magician friend who likes this company -- or for that matter, a card collector, which is a somewhat different focus.  Phoenix really is a pretty line of cards.  

This isn't quite crowdfunding, but it serves a similar purpose in drawing on community resources to accomplish something both creative and practical.  Card-Shark has not yet updated their homepage or added a "fire new" page, but they might do so in the future, so keep an eye out if this interests you.

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Last time we went shopping, I spied some flavored cottage cheese in snack-size cups.  I grabbed the strawberry; other flavors include peach and pineapple.  I think there was at least one savory flavor, too, but that's all I could find online.

Today I tried the strawberry version, and it was pretty good, although a little odd.  Probably that's just lack of familiarity -- I had a similar experience with Annie's yogurt, which is now my favorite.  It's a surprisingly healthy set of ingredients for a store brand, too.  I didn't even realize the fruit was on the bottom and supposed to be stirred, since strawberry bits were visible on top; I'd expected it to be flavored with puree at best.  Just remember to stir it first.  Also, the label says "small curd" but this looks more like what I've seen sold as "large curd" before; if you're picky about size, be careful.  I happen to like both.  I also enjoy plain cottage cheese, but variety is fun.  As a snack, this has many advantages: individual cups are more portable and convenient for portioning, cottage cheese is nutritious, and it's filling.  :D

Apparently several other companies have their own options:

Honey & Pear, Maple & Vanilla

six fruit flavors

and more!

If you don't eat dairy, you can make coconut cottage cheese.  It's probably just as good with fruit.

Stuff like this is ubiquitous in Terramagne -- plain, sweet, or savory. They have much better access to healthy snacks. When tasty, affordable, nutritious food is readily available then people are more likely to eat that than junk.  A vending village in T-America will typically have half a case of junk if there's only a couple of machines, or one for candy and one for sodas if there are many machines.  The rest will have fruit, sandwiches, granola bars, healthy dairy products, bottled water, fruit juice, and other good-to-great choices.  The higher-tech machines will play little games with you or ask health trivia questions, and you can win discounts or even free food that way.
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While talking with one of my readers, I got to wondering if there are any cookbooks for the blind. Ideally I'd want something with unique skills to overcome vision handicaps, not just a transliteration of a regular cookbook into Braille.  Turns out, there are both.

Regular Cookbooks in Braille
http://www.braillebookstore.com/Cookbooks

Stir It Up! Recipes for Young Blind Cooks -- probably a great place to start
http://www.nbp.org/ic/nbp/STIRITUP.html

In Touch -- a cookbook of easy-make foods with tips on cooking while blind
http://articles.latimes.com/1988-03-17/food/fo-2126_1_blind-people

Good Smells from the Kitchen -- Turkish cuisine with blind-aware descriptions
https://www.rotary.org/en/rotary-project-creates-cookbook-visually-impaired
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 [personal profile] technoshaman tipped me to these clinical-grade fidget spinners.  Multiple shapes, colors, and bearing options.  
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The following poems from the March 7, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," "The Golden Peaches of Peace," and "Leaves Upon the Water."  Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.



"A Dangerous Thing with Style"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Dangerous Thing with Style." Salvo has a surprise for Cuoio and Chiara, taking them out to the boardwalk.
155 lines, Buy It Now = $78

"I've made some plans for today,"
Salvo said to Cuoio and Chiara
over breakfast one morning.

Cuoio leaned back, surprised.
His bodyguard rarely took the lead
with such enthusiasm, but seemed
quite excited about this. "Do tell?"

"The Inner Transition"
Continuing along the Berettaflies line, I wrote the free-verse poem "The Inner Transition." Valor's Widow is surprised when Stylet comes to her and surrenders. He is not in great shape, either.
684 lines, Buy It Now = $342
[Available for posting after "The Whip of His Own Remorse" has been sponsored and published.]

Valor's Widow sat in the living room
of little lakeside cottage that she had
rented in Easy City, listening to the sound
of rain on boardwalk and wind in the rushes.

Balancing her tablet on her knee, she collated
today's notes on the berettaflies case.

"Pebbles in the Path"
"Pebbles in the Path" is a free-verse poem about Jules and Mariset getting a private lesson in rescue work.
270 lines, Buy It Now = $135

When Sandy and Danys pulled
into the driveway of Sandy's cottage,
the teenagers had already recovered
from their slump and bounced out
of the car like two tennis balls.

"The Quick Brown Fox"
A backchannel prompt from [livejournal.com profile] my_partner_doug inspired the free-verse poem "The Quick Brown Fox." Not all therapy animals are formal ones.
41 lines, Buy It Now = $20

"Reveal to the Universe"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Reveal to the Universe." Steel and Gladhammer want tool hands. Moderato throws a fit.
327 lines, Buy It Now = $164

Aquariana was working on the Bilimbi
when Steel abruptly thrust into her mind
and said, I need your help. Moderato
is not being rational about this.

"About what?" she asked,
straightening up to look
around the Malé harbor.

"To Appreciate Small Victories"
Your Shiv prompt inspired the free-verse poem "To Appreciate Small Victories." Dr. G brings a show soup to a group therapy session, and not everyone behaves.
537 lines, Buy It Now = $269

After Dr. G had completed
an art therapy session with Shiv,
he headed for the group therapy room.

Mr. Hatrack had already set up by the door
with his chair and table full of handouts
for the inmates. Today's batch covered
diversity, tolerance, and respect.

"A Tornado of Thought"
Your prompt about Calliope and Vagary inspired the free-verse poem "A Tornado of Thought." A therapy session is interrupted by the weather.
401 lines, Buy It Now = $201

Calliope had noticed a pattern
forming in their therapy sessions.

As soon as Mr. Gallagar asked
how things were going for them,
Vagary would launch himself into
an enthusiastic description of
the classes or support groups
he had been frequenting.

"The Willingness to Surrender Ideas"
Third in the Berettaflies triptych about Stylet's surrender is "The Willingness to Surrender Ideas." Valor's Widow takes Stylet to the police station for the first round of negotiation.
821 lines, Buy It Now = $411
[Available for posting after "The Whip of His Own Remorse" and "The Inner Transition" have been sponsored and published.]

In the morning, Valor's Widow
informed the New Orleans police
and SPOON that she had Stylet
in custody and would bring him
to the police department.
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 The half-price sale is up on LiveJournal if you want to shop for Schrodinger's Heroes.
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The half-price sale for Schrodinger's Heroes will run March 20-26.  It features quantum science fiction about saving the world from alternate dimensions.  Prices run from $25 to $41.

Buy some poetry! )
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Yesterday I wrote a diptych in Polychrome Heroics:

"Ruts in the Road" is a free-verse poem about the fire chief picking on
Jules, and a couple of firefighters sticking up for him.
179 lines, Buy It Now = $90

"Pebbles in the Path" is a free-verse poem about Jules and Mariset
getting a private lesson in rescue work.
270 lines, Buy It Now = $135

[personal profile] technoshaman wishes to see these sponsored, and can go up to half the total, which is $112.50.  If anyone else wants to contribute toward sponsoring these, please get in touch with him.
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So far the half-price sale in Polychrome Heroics is doing well. I just got a donation for "Even If You Stumble a Little," which I'll have to post after lunch.

[personal profile] ng_moonmoth is running a pool if you want to get in on that.

[livejournal.com profile] my_partner_doug just came up with a new idea of letting the general fund earn the quarter-price rate if it reaches $100 during the sale. Currently the general fund contains $28.50. Here is a ticker to track the general fund for this sale:




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This week, the poetry of Polychrome Heroics is on sale for half price from Monday, February 20 through Sunday, February 26. This series is superhero fantasy. It features themes of heroism, coming of age, diversity, identity kink, family of choice, friendship, and cultural engineering. Sale prices range from $7.50 to $236.50, so hopefully there will be something for everyone. There are three open epics at present, all in Polychrome Heroics, so we're full for now.

Buy some poetry! )
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We went out to run errands today, and scored several excellent boxes of chocolates on the cheap.  \o/

I also discovered that Big Lots has fantastic garden goods this year.  I found several things I want, and started by buying a plant tower with multiple shelves and a solar light at the top.  They also have three-part folding planters like one I already have, a new style of garden table with mesh sides that I could pop over plants to protect them from critters, and a gorgeous foil mosaic table in which the design is made on the underside of the glass so the top is smooth.  I hope the other stuff will still be there when I go back for more. 
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The following poems from the February 7, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," and "The Golden Peaches of Peace."  Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.



"An Audience Worth Cooking For"
This inspired the free-verse poem "An Audience worth Cooking For." Heron and Josphine talk while making green curry.
207 lines, Buy It Now = $104 SOLD

"Best Measured in Friends"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Best Measured in Friends." Nebuly is working the Renaissance Faire circuit. While he is not doing okay compared to healthy people with normal lives, he is doing better than he was and has some supportive friends.
161 lines, Buy It Now = $81 SOLD

"Even If You Stumble a Little"
Your Cassandra prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Even If You Stumble a Little." Cassandra's parents track her down to harass her some more. Cassandra's friends are having none of this shit.
192 lines, Buy It Now = $96 SOLD

"Everything That You Are Chasing"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Everything That You Are Chasing." Calliope and Vagary go to the Tranquility Center. Vagary gets to meet one of Calliope's friends. During the counseling session, they talk about demisensuality and the importance of taking it slow.
384 lines, Buy It Now = $192 SOLD

"My Girl, My Mama"
Your hair prompt inspired the poem "My Girl, My Mama." It's a look at mother-daughter bonding through hair care, an important part of African-American culture.
24 lines, Buy It Now = $10 SOLD

"Shared Vulnerability"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Shared Vulnerability." Shiv and Pain's Gray talk about kinky stuff the day after their initial encounter, over delicious food. Shiv is a food-reward fellow, Pain's Gray is a cook, won't this be fun?
350 lines, Buy It Now = $175 SOLD

"A Wizard's Fingerprints"
A Dreamwidth prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Wizard's Fingerprints." It reveals what Capricorn knows about the computer wizards of Terramagne ... which is a lot.
77 lines, Buy It Now = $39 SOLD
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Definition of a feminist: a woman who won't shut up when she's told to.

Note that the letter from Coretta Scott King has received far more attention after the censorship than it would have if simply entered into the record as intended. Furthermore, at least four male senators quoted from that letter too. The people with penises were not censored.

What to buy this week to poke a bigot in the eye: "Nevertheless, She Persisted" swag in various shapes.  Are you selling any?  If so, advertise it here.
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[personal profile] unmutual has "Fight for Your Rights" (with a fist) on t-shirts, pillows, postcards, and other items.

Also the creator says, "I'm donating a portion of all proceeds from the Brassorchids shop to the ACLU & Planned Parenthood as well. And I'm going to duplicate the shop on Zazzle, hopefully to double the exposure."
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The following poems from the January 3, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," and "The Golden Peaches of Peace."  Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.



"Fears You Never Knew Existed"
Your prompt about tracking inspired the free-verse poem "Fears You Didn't Know Existed." A disappearing toddler warrants a call to SPOON.
96 lines, Buy It Now = $48

"The Form of Every Virtue"
Continuing the second prompt is "The Form of Every Virtue."  Turq accompanies Ansel to the police station to help plan the raid on Mr. Dipper.
462 lines, Buy It Now = $231

"Hacking Out the Answers"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Hacking Out the Answers."  When a virus shuts down the ciphernet, Armelle has a meltdown.  Shuttlecock knows how to handle meltdowns.
101 lines, Buy It Now = $51

"How to Get It Out"
From a DW prompt I wrote "How to Get It Out."  Shiv quietly freaks when invited to jam with a band, even though it's after hours.
252 lines, Buy It Now = $126

"A Realm of One's Being"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Realm of One's Being."  After Nathaniel turns three, Hannah takes him to a sensory therapist.
457 lines, Buy It Now = $229

"Spooked"
A Dreamwidth prompt combined with some prompts from my partner Doug about a long-ago magic show he did.  "Spooked" is about a stage magician who gains real powers, but they don't work right, but that's okay.
111 lines, Buy It Now = $56


These two make a diptych:
"Insha'Allah" features Buraq receiving a mission from Allah to deliver a miracle to Haboob.
249 lines, Buy It Now = $125

"Uncertain Miracles" follows Buraq and his companions as they track down Haboob and deliver the miracle.
595 lines, Buy It Now = $298
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The following poems from the January 24, 2017 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.

There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," and "The Golden Peaches of Peace."  Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.



"Biospheric Conditions"
I turned five one-word prompts from Dreamwidth into the sestina "Biospheric Conditions," which is all about the connections between seemingly different things. The flavor is almost scientific liturgy, except it gets kind of lascivious in parts.
39 lines, Buy It Now = $15

"Changing Your Nature"
Your change prompt inspired the poem "Changing Your Nature," which is written in unrhymed tercets. It's about personal change from the perspective that nature is all about change.
12 lines, Buy It Now = $10

"Fantastic Adaptations"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Fantastic Adaptations." It explores four species and their clever appropriation of human resources.
41 lines, Buy It Now = $20

"Into a Relationship"
Your prompt about romancing nature inspired the poem "Into a Relationship," which is written in unrhymed quatrains. Thoughts on romance and nature reflect each other. Yes, I wrote pr0n for demisexual naturalists. Have fun with that.
40 lines, Buy It Now = $15

"Leaves Upon the Water"
Your pond prompt turned into a litany of woody wetland plants in autumn. "Leaves Upon the Water" is written in free verse.
42 lines, Buy It Now = $20

"Not So Black"
A DW prompt about the Pine Barrens inspired the free-verse poem "Not So Black." It looks at the history and hints of the Jersey Devil.
20 lines, Buy It Now = $10

"owl feathers"
Your owl prompt inspired the free-verse poem "owl feathers." It's a quiet bit of imagery about owls hunting.
6 lines, Buy It Now = $5

"The Smell of Purple"
A lilac prompt on DW inspired the free-verse poem "The Smell of Purple." It's a bit of synaesthesia about color, smell, and symbolism.
23 lines, Buy It Now = $10

"Violet Surprises"
A flower prompt on DW inspired the poem "Violet Surprises." It's basically a description of their colors in spring.
22 lines, Buy It Now = $10

"weather painting"
Your rain prompt inspired the free-verse poem "weather painting." It takes an artistic look at several forms of precipitation.
16 lines, Buy It Now = $10

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