Wednesday, December 13, 2017

poets and how to find some of your peers, by visiting library, museum, bookstore, and by promoting your poetry link or books

   TULANE UNIVERSITY, loyola university, audubon park, and audubon zoo, they are located at 102 St. Charles street, New Orleans, LA 70018,
Merry Christmas,
Happy New Year!
we do recall poets from our rally from 1/14/2010 to 1/14/2018, 8 years is long and hard, but we have fun...

Thursday Poets Rally Week 85, Discover your poetic peers by traveling to New Orleans, visiting Tulane University, and Loyola University


Tuesday, August 22, 2017

nicpage oxford, uk




Oxford is a city in the South East region of England and the county town of Oxfordshire. With an estimated 2015 population of 168,270, it is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom,and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse. The city is situated 92 km from London,111 km from Bristol, 105 km from both Southampton and Birmingham and 40 km from Reading.

The city is known worldwide as the home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Buildings in Oxford demonstrate notable examples of every English architectural period since the late Saxon period. Oxford is known as the "city of dreaming spires", a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold. Oxford has a broad economic base. Its industries include motor manufacturing, education, publishing and a large number of information technology and science-based businesses, some being academic offshoots.

This post is part of the Our World Tuesday meme,
and also part of the Ruby Tuesday meme,
and also part of the Travel Tuesday meme,
and also part of the Wordless Wednesday meme.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

short story slam week 72, 71,

short story slam week 72, july 20 to august 6, 2017 

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Heat of the Moment [Friday My Town Shoot Out]  

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how to hate
is how to express your side of the story

Laure-Anne Bosselaar seems wondering
why do we must eat dinner with some lawyers around?

not because we enjoy make things complicated
but because when we increase our value, our package of belongs increase

when London comes along after Paisley, San, Emily, Amelia,
your household number increases from two to 7

not much delight if we use wig as out ture hair
we do mind our black hair and brown eyes,

drawing a dragon and paint a fox
loathe and hared could not rapture dents of individuality

let go of Michael Pence sister Yingping Peng,
her daughter Sophia and son-in-law Philip Noell indeed enjoy

lips pinned tight
wings of hope stretch long and wide, flying beyond Wang Hongwen, Liu Shihe, Hu Jingtao, Su Li.

Whirligig 121

THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "The Pleasures of Hating" by Laure-Anne Bosselaar: hate, bliss, rapture, wig, lips, sandals, loathe, dents, draw, relapse, broccoli, delight

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

world peace year 6, poetry picnic week 45, and short story slam week 69





short story slam week 69, on Paisley Grovjaxiquzkerr Rodhamucrowfawnt, the piglet and her older brother Frank Snowflakes Shengbutow 

  jiaqi Fu alumnus photo  Jiaqi Fu

Jessica Sui alumnus photo   Jessica Sui

Ivy Xue alumnus photo    Ivy, Xue

the story is incomplete
especially when Jessica Sui, Ivy Xue, and Jiaqi Fu travel to Illinois, and to Texas,
gracing long horns with laughing normal talents

graduated from Harbin Normal University,
a SHIFAN sheng means a college product who teaches for a profession
what fine experiences

Wilson and Shelter, Alan Copeland and Ron Davis,
who vote for Logan Daniel and Eddie Ladd?
who ride waves to lake michigan  to meet Jo-Nah Johnson and Mark Tetter?

no problem if you disagree,
we do believe that independence is the key, keep those knowledge posting, Lane Henry, Ginny Freeman, Wendell Funk, George Glenn, Austin Chaddwick

Saturday, May 6, 2017

weekend prompts

Roses [Friday My Town Shoot Out]
   rosemary gabe


Donald Nalsty Hall has a warless wallet
he presses hard on Barron magazine,
tossing silver coins everywhere,
seeking tiny old gaze from clover techcrunch dinner meals
melting snow
parching Robin bills
driftswood raise geese height from milkweeds
monthly touring OLD FAITHFUL from Ann Mountain
what a sweet note
to peacewirer Virginia Hargis and Susan Ruschner,
janet napoleons
flared tires give in to hard concerete
our inner body says "sleep well, strayed feather baby"
while Quartz Mountain resort orchestrs
Ballet, Fine Writing, Photography, Modern Dance
and Yo Yo Ma orchestra


THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "Old Roses" by Donald Hall: tiny, old, flare, gaze, month, clover, thick, milkweed, drifts, melt, parch, perishes



shot story slam week 67, world peace year 6, jp at olive garden week

Monday, April 24, 2017

powerful images

a small deed could bloom as big as an atom
that is why we appreciate creative poetry in your spot
thinking of Spokane, Cortez, Dayton, Laranie

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Michael Schlitt, Craig Waller, and Chad Hayton are beautiful pilot crews

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

poetry and friendship in dynamic tense, short story slam week 66


Audene street
Britton mower twist its engine
Casting noise clockwise
drewwBarn style
eric and steven kindness

Forest city
Gloria checks out Pam Brown and Rory Gates rice
Hartfort avenue
Iain Pybus and Neel Rao speak Spanish
Joe Kansas OnCue coffee

Karen Baker crafting shops
Laura Ingalls Wilder fiddles Holly song via Mary's wonder
Marie Blake bakes delicious chocolate cookies
Norton Ross walk through Mars
Pretending, tossing marbles of cotton bowls toward earth

Quotes from Jupiter
Rue Roger meets Will Penn Davis Roger
Sandy West tastes Mr. PHO at Boston,
Ted Wellendorf plants unique Tuckey meats in Walmart,
Urumuqi names itself Tealyoung

Voodoo and Dulane beer
West Virginia has ties at Donald Trump and John Kerry tents
Xu Zhimo and Christina Domingo Mulvane could write similar words
Yellow stone park is famous for its Volcano of Geyser made by Shraton Johnston
Zebras and Ostrich do guest scanning via Dennis Leonard and Sophia Trump


short story slam week 66, march 30, 2017-april, 30

Saturday, April 1, 2017

poetry fitness, Haibun

Today’s special early-bird prompt is to write a haibun!  I am neither familiar nor ever heard of the style. This poem is inspired by the wilting tulips next to my writing screen.


It was on that fateful day, when he grabbed his pencil
drawing a picture of a withered peony,  signing
Blissful Thomas, passing dark tunnels and thin air
reaching South Pole and meeting Saint Clause
of Christopher's childhood mercy, he could not
or may never find her of his expectation, not even
under the soft moon shadow, too sad that layers of
year rings are encraved in Oakwood tree trunk
poetry and stories are typed into chapters of art memory
while he intends to reshape his world with advent
Jesus Christ asks Matt Mead to quit swimming,

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

poetry rally week 84, and napowrimo day one



Thursday Poets Rally Week 84 speical, 30 poems in 30 days April nutrition/Wellness/freedom/openheart/illistration March (read, post, share and laugh)

Today, Maureen Thorson has her first day poetry post out,

"our featured participant for Day One is Gloria Gonsalves. Gloria is a longtime NaPoWriMo participant, and her early-bird haibun has a wonderfully dreamlike quality, and a lovely punctuating haiku.
Today’s interview is with Kay Ryan, whose spare, tightly-rhymed work makes each poem a small, witty, philosophical puzzle. You can find more background on Ryan’s life and work here, and read one of her poems here.
And finally, our (optional) prompt. In honor of today’s interviewee, I’d like to challenge you to write a Kay-Ryan-esque poem: short, tight lines, rhymes interwoven throughout, maybe an animal or two, and, if you can manage to stuff it in, a sharp little philosophical conclusion."

 None of my business

 knowing a rose thorn
may not change
your love for corn
or a sharp word
can not charge
and yet
we think it over:
we have sword
of imagery. a big
amount of bouyancy
does not lead to
giving up of hope.
there were red face
moments, maybe
during thunder storm
lightening confuses
our eyes with flashes
no matter what
you choose, or
who you are with,
agree that it is
your personal tie,
a breakthrough 
or an airbag applyment
will always be--
none of my bunsiness

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

short story slam week 63, our option of books and poetry

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Josephine Nobisso and Dasha Ziborova

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Suo Feng and Jessica Tung

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Emily Krajicek

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venetian peng

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jingle yan,  christina mulvane, and caralyn buehner
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amelia hutchin
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yan qun and chao huifang

Thursday, January 12, 2017

short story slam week 60, american airline and dallas, beijing, and tulsa birds

people travel
feeling great
they say awesome
to their clans
and they pay
for their fee
and we do enjoy
looking sideway
and preserve ourfreedom
of living, speech,
and writing
via multiple space
if you feel proud of yourself
so do we
please let all be themselves
and let Dewey and G. T. Gyunum
by a lovely guy
regardless what happens
we all say

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