Writerly Things 4/6/2020: Writing & Confinement Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 4/6/2020: Confinement and the Writer Traci Kenworth We spend so much time practicing our craft, when we look up days could’ve gone by. If we’re not interacting with a spouse or kids even longer. So why is the confinement to our homes bothering us so much? When We’re Forced to do Something. Put […]

most needed ~ senryū


Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
most needed sweet rain, cleanse me fall freely This senryū, a bit of a kōan, perhaps, is my poem for Day 3 of  National/Global Poetry Writing Month, I’m not motivated by the prompt at napowrimo.net, but I’m determined to keep going. Image source: Honolulu Museum of Art – Rain in Miyajima,…

No regrets today


Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
I had a reasonable opportunity to do some writing today, and squandered it away. This is my two day weekend, and Old What’s Her Face is off. That makes it kind of hard, but not impossible. I dabbled. I switched back to Lanternfish, but it probably didn’t amount to 300…

Poetry Friday ~ Cinquain


Originally posted on The Writer Next Door:
Hi, everyone! Welcome to my blog. March is the first month to feature five Tuesdays. So, Colleen Chesebro from Colleen’s 2020 Weekly Poetry Challenge would like us to work with a specific syllabic poetry form. This week’s form is: The Cinquain & It’s Variations, (excluding the Tanka). My…