Tag Archives: imagination

13 Ways I See My Dragon

For Poets United: Mid-Week Motif – finding the extraordinary in the ordinary http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ 13 Ways I See My Dragon Call her Heth, short for Marananthaheth which, in her language, means nurturer. She tells me that all Dragon names end in … Continue reading

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A Hug

For Creativity Challenge Day 14: Hug http://1sojournal.wordpress.com For Poets United: Poetry Pantry #331 http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ A Hug Who am I to tell anyone to give a hug to the world, even though it is sorely in need of such a thing. … Continue reading

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An Image

For Creativity Challenge Day 13, Imagination http://1sojournal.wordpress.com An Image Close my eyes, watch as they gather, one by one, in pre-dawn mist and haze. On shoreline and mountain meadows, slowly breathing in scent of fresh soil, the sea, tall grasses, … Continue reading

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In Conclusion

For 1sojournal NaPoWriMo Poetry Prompt #30: Day 30 http://1sojournal.wordpress.com/ tiger, pain, healthy, drifted, tomes, drug, cheated, baths, voracious, space, seek, boulder, skin, breeze, scent, swaying, mesmerized, admiration, habitat, grace, epitome, haunches, bidding, stunned, sent, secret  In Conclusion Now single older … Continue reading

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Cloaked Reality

For The Sunday Whirl: Wordle #138 http://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ prison, cloak, become, lens, goods, cash, pursuit, skirt, cruel, wild, Venus, beloved For Poets United: Poetry Pantry #179 Cloaked Reality She escapes cruel prison of everyday existence through magical lens of imagination. Becoming whatever … Continue reading

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Set Adrift

For November PAD Challenge: Image #26 http://1sojournal.wordpress.com/ Dancing through the spheres, a ballet with constellations. When we set our imagination adrift, cut it loose from all rules that restrict and bind us, we can fly. Elizabeth Crawford  11/26/12

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“Better The Bogeyman You Know…”

The word swampland  is borrowed from a man I have never met, but certainly would love to sit down to coffee and a long chat with (even though I don’t drink coffee, I would if that were the only ticket). … Continue reading

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