Whyquain – Beginnings and Endings

Whyquain A form invented on AllPoetry.com by Gloria Kim, aka Porphery.  It is a single verse of five iambic tetrameter lines in monorhyme which answers some asked or un-asked question. POEM why do we think in clean, straight linesor in a curve of some design?reach points - circles can't determinethoughts unhinged, in shapes redefinedAre we … Continue reading Whyquain – Beginnings and Endings

Kill-joy

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Still life

Still photographs are out. Videos are in. Friends, prospective employers, partners all want to see the vibrancy of a personality, not a frozen mood clicked from wrong angles. But this prompt took me back by two years. The lockdown had just started, and I enrolled in a charcoal drawing class online.  Placing still objects at … Continue reading Still life

Confused

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