This banner design is watercolor acrylic and pen. Teamwork—plant seeds, water, and magic!
The contest’s objective was to capture the spirit of spring—hence the title, appropriate for children.
I am thankful for this opportunity.
#TalesNoir prompt word during second week of May–“Creation”
“Wet clay oozed between his fingers, spun with the wheel, and dripped onto the slab. Once day, this creation would reveal his name.”
(Ten-word story prompts).
“Thought and heartbeat race each other faster than shooting stars.”
#hangtenstories “Heartbeat” 156
“Turquoise blessing or gray curse, roll soothing or something worse. Driven by wind and tide, refresh unseen spirit or hide.” #PoemPeriod
“Silver loop, square diamond, watch her eyes sparkle and shine.”
Inspired by my fast approaching first anniversary. #hangtenstories
Here is my Spring-ish submission for this week’s double-line group poetry contest on Twitter @poetryst_gc @writevent. The more I write these rhyming lines, my love for poetry inclines!
Recently, I’ve entered a few poetry contests. To my surprise my heart loves it!
One challenge was using only one-syllable words keeping under 200 count. My entry may be published in a book this year…Update will follow.
The other was a group effort of double-line rhyme on Twitter there wasn’t any theme, two lines each, and assembled together to complete one poem.
Participant’s lines were delightful, and I enjoyed receiving four likes! For the fun of it, here’s mine–
“Brushes are beloved by my artist’s hand
as instruments played in a musician’s band.”
We awake, Rosie’s on the chair.
Let’s sneak out of bed—she’s following!
Run away quick, we squeal and laugh.
Rosie floats in silence, trailing her string.
We hide around the corner, here she comes!
Rosie slowly glides and drifts near.
Jump over her—zap, she clings to our socks!
#50PreciousWords Writing Challenge
February SCBWI Draw This contest prompt was the word “Love.” Here, a cupid delivers a valentine card.