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Eventide

the wind rests quiet on the land faint sunlight shrinks behind tree branches and blue clouds pasted on a blue-grey sky birds sing summonings then nestle into nests for warmth throughout a night with which the cold returns too soon … Continue reading

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Day 29: Whatever it takes | #NaPoWriMo

Brewer: “For today’s prompt, write a response poem. Respond to whatever helps you get your poem written…” dry leaves dance above— leaping higher than treetops stripped by April winds green shoots kissed by dirt and rain pledge autumn one more … Continue reading

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ecology (19 November 2017)

we didn’t expect oceans dead, oxygen gone cities down sink holes we thought…smog and air filters self-sufficient geo-domes Copyright © 2017-11-21, by Lizl Bennefeld. I believe that the 19th day was the one that I missed in the poem-a-day string. … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 20 – God of the Suns

Prompt: Typically we can only see the moon and stars at night; however what if inexplicably the stars were visible in the blue sky of the middle of the day? How would a poet (such as yourself!) describe this phenomenon? … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo17, Day 18 – Cluttered Timelines

Cluttered Timelines The cobweb that grows in my head makes changes that disregard thread. I remember tomorrow, but to my great sorrow, I don’t know when I went to bed. Copyright © April 2017, by Elizabeth Bennefeld. The prompt was … Continue reading

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