Monthly Archives: March 2016

Originally posted on Allusionary Assembly:
A haiku is an ancient, poetic form. It originated in Japan, where the simple 5/7/5 stanzas focused on nature themes. Recently, a challenge was issued at https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/2016/03/21/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-89-showerplay/ I wrote this in response. ? Sunlight grown prisms…

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Put Up a Fight

I wrote a second 99 word answer to Charli at Carrot Ranch’s call for a monster, because, well, who could resist? Put Up a Fight Written by Kerry E.B. Black   Sylvia scowled at her ruined… Source: Put Up a Fight

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Political Crack — Guest Angela Lindseth – 3/18/2016

Please welcome today’s guest writer, Angela L. Lindseth. Angela grew up in South Dakota on the family homestead. She has a geological engineering degree and a journeyman electrician license; … Source: Political Crack — Guest Angela Lindseth – 3/18/2016

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Last Glimpse

Flash Fiction Last Glimpse

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