This first poem was done for The Mag, but I didn't get it posted in time to link over there.
|Danseuse ajustant sa bretelle by Edgar Degas|
to incite jealousy
dark maze of
to be seen with her
This next one was a picture prompt for the Creative Writers of North Houston group.
|Summer Picture by Andrew Blackman|
innocence fuels imagination
guilt draws a blank
one weekend we hold hands though we're “just friends”
the next, you find better things to do
one weekend we live in a fantasy world
the next, I'm pissed at you
forgiveness fuels imagination
anger draws a blank
sugary addiction feeds fantasy
roller coaster ribbons entangle strength
binding creativity in circus tents
round and round we go
as balloons float away
and rose petals drop to the ground
The last one was a picture prompt for the Word Crafters writing group. The picture was e-mailed to me, so I don't know who to credit or where to link to.