The Lunatic, the Lover, and the Poet

To Write Love On Their Arms 13

To Write Love On Their Arms

Day 5 prompt-Love   Poem inspired by this:   Today’s Poem:   False Alarms By Jesi Scott It begins with one step…                                     He moves towards her             She steps back                                               then leans in cautiously lets Him take Her hand                       His hand on Her waist movements slow,        guarded           tentative          taking...

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Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo…

OctPoWriMo Day 4, 2015: prompt: Magic-Take the time to write a peom featuring magic. It could be the Harry Potter fame with wands and He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named. Or it could be the things that you find so beautiful, so wonderful that they feel like magic when you observe them. Have fun with it!...

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Oh, The Irony…

Ok, Morgan, we need to have a little talk… Day 3’s prompt…seriously? A shape poem? And to the subject of showing up? Well, ha! Do you see how late I am in getting this poem in today? It may have taken ALL DAMN DAY, but I showed up…finally. LOL For real...

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Writing Cinematically

OctPoWriMo Day 2-write cinematically. An interesting concept for me. Pick your favorite movie or video, mute it and pay close attention to a scene. Then write a poem in that way. Truth is, I’m not certain I have a favorite movie. I honestly cannot come up with my favorite. There are...

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The Lake and the Mist

Guess what!!! It’s Day One of OctPoWriMo and I’m so excited. It’s finally here! Yay!!!! So let’s get on with it. Today’s prompt was clouds. We could free write for ten minutes or do an acrostic or write about our first memories, etc, about clouds. Hehe…yeah, ever the rebel, I decided...

Shall We Take A Walk? 0

Shall We Take A Walk?

Tomorrow The Walk will be released in theaters across the country. When I first saw the adverts for this movie I was not the least bit interested in viewing it. However, something about it stuck in my brain. I’m still not entirely sure what it was about it that captured my...

Here We Go… 0

Here We Go…

There are only two days left until I take on two challenges that will run me straight through to December. October Poetry Writing Month (OctPoWriMo) and National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). For those of you who are not in the know, OctPoWriMo is a 31-Day poetry challenge where you write 31...

Some Days I Feel This Way 0

Some Days I Feel This Way

The Gorgon By Jesi Scott He called me Medusa, though I’ve no locks of snakes to grace my head, and I’ve two strong legs with which I walk, not slither, from room to room.   I spurned his advances, the god-man, deity-son; now am I ridiculed, feared, cursed by his vengeance....

Youth’s A Stuff Will Not Endure 0

Youth’s A Stuff Will Not Endure

Bittersweet By Jesi Scott What I remember most are his eyes like the Texas skies in winter when the sun shines after the snow falls and covers the browned leaves, the grey-green boughs of the evergreen trees. How those eyes sparkled, lit from within from some hidden sunbeam he carried in...

Got Your Passport Ready? 7

Got Your Passport Ready?

Underneath By Jesi Scott   Take my hand and don’t let go, no matter what you see; I need you here with me underneath.   I don’t want to hide anymore, put a mask on my face- I need you to see the scarlet that stains these depths, forgive me this,...

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