#CY365 Photo-Poem Series, Kids, light, Poetry Friday, senryu

A January week

I have returned to an old habit—following the Capture Your 365 daily photo prompt challenge (#CY365), and pairing the photos with a few lines. I'm finding it’s really quite doable if I keep up with it. So, without ado, here are some of this week’s captures: Last Saturday’s prompt was WITH WORDS. Here is the… Continue reading A January week

Technology, Uncategorized, Writing Life, Writing resources

Eleven must-haves in my writer toolkit

I'll bet you don't even remember the days when a computer was the newest thing in writing gadgetry. With the plethora of apps and add-ons that has bombarded us over the last years,  these days it's almost a full-time job to keep up with the latest. I don't think I have. But I do have… Continue reading Eleven must-haves in my writer toolkit

Form poems, Shadorma

Pose

Pose Frozen in precarious leap balanced on chair-leg tilt— push that chair! Engineer a Photoshop escape. ******************** Yesterday's prompt at Poetic Asides was an ekphrastic poem, based on a photo. We were given four photo choices on the site, or invited to use our own. The shadorma, above, is based on one of the suggested… Continue reading Pose

Poetry Friday, writing

“Match” and writing challenges

Match November is the month for poems to hatch I hope to incubate a healthy batch in fisher-talk, haul in a bumper catch till there’s no room to store them in the hatch. My problem is, these poems don’t hit me natch I always seem to need a key or latch I’ll count on Brewer’s… Continue reading “Match” and writing challenges