Author: Jesi Kay

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Putting On A Mask

We’re down to the final days of both the poetry challenge and the blogging challenge. I’m a little sad about it because I have enjoyed all the writing I am doing and the reading of everyone else’s work. There are so many wonderful writers and poets in our world, and I’m...

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The Evil of the Thriller

Vincent Price’s name is synonomous with classic horror films. His characteristic voice sends shivers down your spine. When you hear him speak, you know something is waiting for you in the shadows. He is still very much missed. With today’s Blogging Letter of the Day being V, he came to mind....

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Where’s Weird Al When You Need Him?

Today’s poetry challenge actually kind of made me smile a bit. We’re to write a parody or satire of a favorite, or unfavorite, poem of the past. So, when I saw the word parody I immediately thought of Weird Al Yankovich. Wouldn’t you? The man made a fortune off of his...

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The Perversity of Fate

I am a big mythology geek. I love it. I especially love seeing how certain myths translate into other cultures. Like Fate. Fate seems to transcend into all cultures. We are fascinated by destiny. We talk about it, write about it, and dream about it. In many cultures, Fate is generally...

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A Spring Pastoral for Earth Day

Blogging Challenge: letter S Poetry Challenge: write a pastoral or a poem that engages with nature. Spring By Jessica Scott   I am the Earth sweetly singing, At the dawning of a brand new day. With leaves on trees newly budding, And showers that bring the flowers of May.   I...

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Erasure Poetry

Hehehe. I smiled at today’s poetry prompt. As a child of the 80’s the word erasure puts a smile on my face. I loved, and still love, the music group Erasure. (My favorite song is Blue Savannah.) That has nothing to do with today’s prompt other than the word itself. Erasure...

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Shakespeare Had It Right

You’ll be seeing two separate posts today. One for yesterday that I completely missed, and today’s current one (which may come later today). Yesterday was Tornado’s birthday and I was busy beyond belief. Plus, we have begun storm season in the DFW metroplex and lately we’ve been getting a lot of...

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Writing A Landay

I’m really glad we have Sunday’s off on the Blogging A to Z Challenge because there is no way I’d be able to come up with a subject for today’s NaPoWriMo prompt that would work in collaboration with it. Today we had to write a landay. Click on the word and...

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A Plethora of P’s

Today’s poem is on the short side but I enjoyed writing it. Since today’s Blogging Challenge letter is P, I had a number of ideas that I could have worked into today’s NaPoWriMo challenge. We were to write a poem about an urgent journey with an important message. There were no...

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