Other Poetic Posts

Here are links to poems I have posted elsewhere as response to prompts or comments or just not as ha’sonnets.

For the 6 February 2019 Prompt: Laughter on the Reowr site, my submission “Night Falls With Joy” is near the bottom of the comments. I was late to the prompt.

The Alchemist’s Studio site was selling a Raku pottery vase named “Monet’s Garden” created by the owner. He generously posted my poem “Monet’s Lillies” on the page for the vase.

For the 17 August Feminist Book Title Challenge prompt at the Brave and Reckless blog and based on the title of the seminal feminist book “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison, I submitted “To Sleep Perchance

For the 4 September 2019 Smitten Book Challenge prompt on the Brave and Reckless blog and and based on the title of a well-regarded book where the main character is a lesbian or a woman exploring her sexual identity, “Happy Endings Are All Alike” by Sandra Scoppettone, I submitted “Ever After

For the 7 September 2019 Smitten Book Challenge prompt on the Brave and Reckless blog and and based on the title of a well-regarded book where the main character is a lesbian or a woman exploring her sexual identity, “The Well of Loneliness” by Radclyffe Hall, I submitted “Lost in the Crowd

For the 9 September 2019 Smitten Book Challenge prompt on the Brave and Reckless blog and based on the title of a well-regarded book where the main character is a lesbian or a woman exploring her sexual identity, “Stone Butch Blues” by Leslie Feinberg, I submitted “Not R&B

For the 14 October 2019 Monster, She Wrote Book Title prompt on the Brave and Reckless blog and based on the title of a short story or book discussed in the enjoyable and informative new book “Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction” by Lisa Kröger. For the story “Nightmare Flower” by Elizabeth Engstrom I submitted “Nightmare Flower

On 23 October 2019 John Malone posted the Devil of a Prompt. My submission “Ornament Hoods” is the first comment on the page.

For the 31 October 2019 Monster, She Wrote Book Title prompt on the Brave and Reckless blog and based on the title of a short story or book discussed in the enjoyable and informative new book “Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction” by Lisa Kröger. The book title was this day’s prompt, and I submitted “It Shouldn’t Be

I post poems of all types on the RhymeZone site under the username Muttado1sb