It’s the first of the month and you know what that means! Poets choose your own words.
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So it’s thanks to Colleen Chesebro for the prompt, rules, pingbacks, and poems here.Lonely and Pity are my chosen words this week. Again I have chosen a Tanka. In this time of Christmas with all the hype on the media, the homeless, the poor the ill tend to be forgotten.
Living on the street Cold, hungry, looking at feet. No one cares for me None show any sympathy Good will to all, oh! really. ********
We have a new badge from Colleen too, thank you Colleen it’s lovely.
Jane Dougherty and Colleen came up with a fun idea. Whoever is chosen as the Photo-Prompt Poet of the Week will choose the photo for the next month’s photo-prompt challenge.
You can use Pixabay or any other creative commons photos – just give attribution to the photographer. If you would like to use your own photos, just let me know that. Please email the photo NLT 3 days before the next month’s photo challenge.
Today is the first Tuesday of this month so we get to choose the words for our prompt today. Today I want to try my hand at a Haiga. I have chosen the two words, Precious and Deep. My life is a little Deep at the moment and there are many things there in so precious to me.
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