The challenge this week was to write a Zeno. Here are the results.
Pat Lewis left these two poems in the comments.This was darn hard. Here's the poem I came up with.
Travel by ArmchairCarol Weis left this poem in the comments.
You can take a trip by Greyhound,
I prefer the
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Weather by The Old Masters
The Michelangelo thunder
of an April
at what follows
spring meadows in
Great BlueGreg K. of GottaBook shares a poem for Halloween.
The great blue heron tries to hide
itself in tall
passers see this
take photos to
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Kate Coombs of Book Aunt left this poem in the comments.
October 31stLaura Purdie Salas left these poems in the comments.
Night. A graveyard. A single boy
walks soft as a
with each step re-
making that quick,
Weapons Make the Warrior?Amy Ludwig Vanderwater left this poem in the comments.
Marching in time, but out of time
into the harsh
wield bronze swords in
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Putting the Art Before the Horse
In Emperor Qin’s afterlife,
he would rule by
But death had its
Lesson? Don’t ride
One Hen SpeaksJulie Larios of The Drift Record shares two poems. And yes, the first title is longer than the poem! And the second? Well, I dare you to read it without snarfing (which is exactly what I did)!
We make eggs inside our bodies.
Roosters chase us
Every egg is
Farm life or your
Tanita Davis shares a poem entitled On Intentions to Speak to Richard Peck at a Writer's Conference.
Jone of Check It Out and Deo Writer shares some zenos she wrote with her students and one of her own.
What secret incantations doIt's not too late if you still want to play. Leave me a note about your poem and I'll add it to the list.
you write upon
poems on a
flash on, flash off --