Monthly Archives: April 2017

NaPoWriMo17, Day 11 – Wonder

  From the hill nearby one can spy blue lakes, wonder at nature’s lush green a cup of tea, a blanket the afternoon sun brings warmth “Wonder”. Copyright © 2017-04-11, by Lizl Bennefeld. I wrote the three-line haiku for this … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 10 – Frost

I wrote this poem while thinking of the photos that I have taken of frost that often decorates my windows when the temperature and humidity cooperate. Much less in recent years as the winters are warmer and the most recent … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 9 – Fitting In

The prompt that I’ve chosen for Day 9 is “Fitting in is hard to do”, a prompt from the mailing-list group that I’ve been on during the current month. The poem I’ve selected in response to this prompt is “Roots”, … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo 2017, Day 8 – Sunflowers

Following the sun from dawn to dusk, soaking in energy to stop, sunflowers face east when grown. Morning’s bees love warm flowers. Copyright © 2017-04-09, by E. W. Bennefeld. I suppose that I could have stayed awake, last night, to … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 7 – Who Am I?

“Who Am I?” I am lightly anchored to the Earth, drifting gently on my mooring lines when the wind is strong … Or, when the water rises, I pull in the lines and ride the tide of river flood or … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 6 – Tides of the Heart

Prompt: Tide “Tides of the Heart” sea water stretches toward the moon in vain…no time to reach its heart’s dream Copyright © 2017-04-06, by E. W. Bennefeld.

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 5 – Water Lily

Prompt from NaHaiWriMo: Water Lily   golden fish retreat beneath white water lilies, sheltered from the sun Copyright © 6 April 2017, by E. W. Bennefeld.

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 4 – Thunder

distant thunder calls Strike! as lightning’s bright echoes roll over raindrops Luna’s face shines past dark clouds frogs trade their logs for moonbeams Copyright © 2017-04-04, by E. W. Bennefeld. I got the prompt from the prompt list sent by … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo2017, Day 03 – Allantide Dreams

The prompt that selected for today called for a poem about a holiday that I do not celebrate. Information about Allantide, also known as the Feast of Saint Allan,  can be found, among other places on the Internet, at Wikipedia, … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo2017, Day 02 | “Ghost Echoes” & “Trout and Water Strider”

I find that I am enjoying the writing process, so far, this time around. Even though I do not know more than one of the people in this writing group, I find it stimulating to write. Having the group also … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo2017, Day 01 | “Everything Is Gone”

Several of the provided prompts led me to writing the poem “Everything is Gone”. The first suggestion to appeal to me was to write a poem in a couplet style called the “landay”, with 9 syllables in the first line … Continue reading

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National Poetry Writing Month 2017

I have tried upon occasion to write a poem for each day of the month, sometimes for National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) and sometimes during NaNoWriMo. I haven’t always done really well. In the best years, I have generated a … Continue reading

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