Tag: Poems

National Poetry Month – Day 23: Over Under

Today I have a short and silly bit of nonsense play on words poem from the prompt over under. Image by Karolina Sikora from Pixabay  Over Under Over under there…Under where?Under there,that rock formationBehind the bushes,a bear behindthose bushes. © A. F. Stewart 2020 All Rights Reserved

National Poetry Month – Day 22: Silken Gloves

Today’s prompt is silken gloves and the form is an acrostic poem. Image by Lynn Greyling from Pixabay  Silken gloves Sensual perceptionIndolent rendezvousLavish celebrationKnowledgeable deceptionEnnui reactionNarcissistic mind Grandiose enjoymentLanguishing moralityOverdone in emphasisVanity in velvetEscorted by pearlsSurviving luxury © A. F. Stewart 2020 All Rights Reserved

National Poetry Month – Day 21: Ghosts of Blood

Today I went a bit more figuratively themed with the prompt, ghost with the bloody finger, and didn’t use it as the title. Today’s form is my try at a luc bat. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay  Ghosts of Blood Stained echo in the hall,whispers dance off… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 21: Ghosts of Blood”

National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared

Today’s prompt was, bears make me scared, and for the form, I went with a chant poem. Original Image by Bruno /Germany from Pixabay  Bears Make Me Scared Mommy says I need a friendto take away the shiversand make the shadows not go booOne to end all… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared”

National Poetry Month – Day 19: The Mark of Humanity

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”