Here we are, on the last day of April and the last poem for this year’s National Poetry Month. I hope you enjoyed the poems. Today’s prompt was, a nice strong cup of tea, and I went with free verse today. So pull up… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 30: Strong Tea”
Today’s poem is another bit of silly, written in rhyming free verse for the prompt (suggested from Facebook), Bob’s Your Uncle. Image by Tumisu from Pixabay Bob’s Your Uncle Bob’s your uncle you see,on that we can all agreeWe mourn his demise,but his estate is the prizeand… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 24: Bob’s Your Uncle”
Today I begin prompts suggested by friends and family on Facebook, and the first one on deck is The Mark of Humanity. No form today, I went with free verse for this one. The Mark of Humanity The mark of humanity isn’t…partisan political gamesmoral… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 19: The Mark of Humanity”
For Day 13, I have the prompt dreams of rain.And no form today, just a bit of free verse. Image by Markus Spiske from Pixabay Dreams of Rain Stirring up scentsof petrichor and hopeof new grass and bloomsA sweet spring rain Streaks of wateron… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 13: Dreams of Rain”
Sights Unseen A photograph, a little dusty, a little faded, of a city far away Someone’s dream of youth, of promises unkept, lost in transitory years That glamorous metropolis abandoned, but not forgotten © A. F. Stewart 2017 All Rights Reserved
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