Web 3.0

watchlayersstacking upsuperimposingcounteracting ruling forcesunproven values, open to interpretationhere comes the metaverse to dare, to scare and change the world as we know it forever donumberedwebs altermillennial-speakor enhance creativityenrich skills, let art crosses linguistic boundariesadd new existential dimensions, relate in multiple new ways, renew, refresh? Written for Weekend Writing Prompt #279 and Friday Faithfuls at MLMM


The Chosen Form is Cyclus The Cyclus is:○ a 12-line poem.○ syllabic, syllables per line 2-4-6-6-4-2-2-4-6-6-4-2○ unrhymed. flash ofsudden brilliancequick insight in darkness-a momentary strikefrom troubled skies-changesviewpoints-offers a choicebetween velvet darknessor illuminatedpathways tearingdark wombs Written for Tanka Tuesday Weekly Prompt - Theme - Nature of Lightning


The Cantar in verse is an octosyllabic quatrain that assonates and is usually limited to one strophe. ideas - sieved and distilledglossed for acceptabilitycarefully planned preservationskillfully carved posterity Written for Tanka Tuesday Weekly Prompt Image credit: Britta Benson

It’s not a new job

a great opportunity-Is it a chance tolearn new skills? Quinzane written for Saturday Miz - Lucky Dip at MLMM hosted by Sarah Weejars Quinzaine The English word quinzaine come from the French word qunize, meaning fifteen. A quinzaine is an unrhymed verse of fifteen syllables.  These syllables are distributed among three lines so that there are seven syllables … Continue reading It’s not a new job


blue, yellow, redbasic colorsvaried effectsmixed with othersI dissect eachsee componentsmore cells of whatlook similarfind differentstories - all huesare not the same A 4-11 poem written for Tanka Tuesday Weekly Prompt - Taste the Rainbow


The chosen format is Bagarthach The Bagarthach is:• funny or clever but mean spirited.• short, one quatrain.• syllabic 8-9-8-9 syllables per line, sometimes all lines are 8 syllables.• rhymed abab. dark squares disorient, words lostun-connected in virtual spaceam I addressing rooms with ghoststurn off avatars, show me a face Written for Tanka Tuesday Weekly Challenge