Half-Light

Give a sigh of bliss Healing and soothing cold hearts For we’ll never know

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Farewell

It is Day 10 of Writing 101 Poetry Course. The Prompt is Farewell by… yours truly, Lucile de Godoy. Ben Huberman, WP editor and host of the Poetry Course, has asked 10 alumnae and alumni of Writing 201: Poetry to come up with themes to inspire brand new poems for this new course.  I am […]

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Camouflage

It’s Day 9 of Writing101 Poetry Course and the prompt is Camouflage by Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha For today’s poem, take inspiration from camouflage — you may apply it in any way you like, whether you write about visual or social dissimulation, or focus on the way we hide our myriad emotions, actions, and reactions. What would […]

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Graffiti

And today’s Writing101 Poetry’s prompt is Graffiti by Andy Townend. You can see his poetry here. My poetry of today has sweat and tears, as I attempted to practice the sonnet form. I wrote about Amsterdam squatters, and tried to write from their viewpoint. I shot the featured image in an abandoned house in Amsterdam. […]

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Beloved 

Yesterday’s prompt for Writing101 Poetry course was Beloved. Here is my concrete poetry experiment, dedicated to my best friends. They know who they are! Doing what they say Listening with my ears Speaking from my heart That’s how beloved friend are

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Sleep or Live

I wrote this poetry as an entry to today’s prompt of Writing101, Poetry: Sleep from Rohit Pandey. Bio: Rohit Pandey (aka R ‘I’ P) is an Indian blogger / writer from New Delhi, and a self-proclaimed “man with a heart.” You can read more from him on his blog, Straight From Heart and on Twitter […]

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Writing201: Poetry Day 7-10

It has been lots of fun and hard work to follow WP Writing201 course on Poetry. Sadly, I couldn’t follow the last days of the course. Here goes day 7-10 assignments. Let me know what you think. And thanks for reading.

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Writing 201 Day 5: Map. Ode. Metaphor.

 Blue skies remind me of you, racing clouds with the wind, just as you do. Don’t you miss the fields, the farms, and the rivers? I miss all sights, the birds, and the cows. Wake up, it’s not winter; you are no polar bear. Take me there, babe, let’s ride fast, before I turn into […]

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