This is a form I like very much and I was pleased to see how many of you decided to give it a try.
A moving tribute from Ken. This last week has seen one such senseless tragedy after another.
On a lighter note…
From Kat Myrman. So many gorgeous images in this short poem! That penumbral cusp, for example…
Kim (in Norfolk) I can’t believe that’s a true self-portrait!
Kerfe’s poem is a nice use of the repetitive construct to underline the repetition of the seasons.
From Merril, another lovely poem including Ozymandias and spindrift 🙂
Sri embroidering on the nine waves theme
and a second poem, an ode to beauty.
Doug, the Elusive Trope. So dark and unsettling. ‘the rasp of madness windblown’—great phrase.
The Crow— ‘the woods still sigh the owls still weep’. Another dark brooding poem full of a sinister light.
Jennifer from the Graceful Press with the antidote to brooding and unsettling. This is pure loveliness.
From Geoff Le Pard, a light-hearted poke at his dear dad 🙂
Janice with a winter-crisp story of domestic, if not bliss, understanding.
A breathtaking collection once again. You really do produce some gobsmacking stuff! Call back tomorrow for a new theme.