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Superstar

Karen Carpenter by Butterfly Child Risu This was written for Read Write Poem prompt #44: Elegies and Rememberances. Enjoy. -Nicole ———————————– (for Karen Carpenter) A.M. radio nineteen and seventy nine I hear you keeping time a beat against which sonic … Continue reading

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Last Glance

This sijo was written for Poefusion’s Tuesday Title prompt, “Somewhere between nowhere and goodbye”…which interestingly enough, was taken from a link off of this blog! Enjoy. -Nicole somewhere between nowhere and goodbye, their love lies in stasis, inhabiting a transparent … Continue reading

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Departure

This was actually written for three prompts: Poefusion’s Title Tuesday (“Stung by the Splendor of Sudden Black”), Writer’s Island (“Farewell”), and Simply Snickers (use the words “standing” and “still”). I wrote this entirely in American Sentences. Enjoy. -Nicole ——————————————————- Stung … Continue reading

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