Prompt for Christmas Haiku

I had a prompt for Christmas haiku last year and decided to offer one again. I like this haiku better than the one I wrote last time, which you can read here. Cold and darkness reign. But one light from a stable Warms and brightens all. Leave your haiku in the comments. For more poetry… Continue Reading →

Prompt for a Spring Poem

New month, new theme! April is national poetry month. I decided to combine music and poetry as my theme since aspects of the two arts overlap. I was going to have a prompt for a spring haiku today, but then a poem came to me that was strictly modern, so I settled on a prompt… Continue Reading →

Spring Acrostic Prompt

I have two themes this month because April is National Humor Month and National Poetry Month. You’ll see prompts for both as well as a crossover! I have a spring acrostic prompt for today. I decided to reprint an acrostic poem I wrote for Easter a few years back. Please put your acrostic poem about… Continue Reading →

Winter Acrostic

Searching through my website, I discovered I’ve never had a prompts for a winter acrostic poem. So here’s your chance to flex your poetic muscles. I like acrostics because if it doesn’t rhyme, no one can say I did a bad job. Here’s mine: S pell is cast. N ow I’m five. O nly snow… Continue Reading →

Winter Haiku

I haven’t had a poetry prompt in a long, long time, so here we go with a prompt for a winter haiku. My oldest took this photo when my family and I went birding on New Year’s Eve Eve. A flock of over a hundred swans milled about in a cornfield as we headed to… Continue Reading →

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