GOOD OL’ DAYS

Passing my window
Paper boy pedals his wares
Moon spotlights old news

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MONEY JAR

DVERSE – POETS PUB CHALLENGE: QUADRILLE # 14

Outside her window
sits a jar.
Sheer curtains
sway a silhouette;
laughter becomes
invisible.
She loosens her blouse;
a wink, a lick of those lips,
head tilts towards
to utter jarring words,
‘want to see more?’
‘Yes,’ I growl.
‘Give me all your money.’

Challenge: Write a poem on your blog in exactly 44 words (excluding title) where at least one of the words has to be Jar, remember to link back to dVerse. Visit and get inspired by the other poets, have fun and remember to come back throughout the week to check out if there are any new entries. We will select one of the poems to be included in our upcoming anthology, and if you are selected we will contact you to get your acceptance.

FAIRIES – ALLITERATION POEM

Fretful Fiona, frozen in Fuchsia,
Frantically frees,
Fortuitously fumbles forced
Fiona forward, flipping floppily
Flexing fractured Fuchsia free.
Frown, fears
Fields fervent,
Frost, freezing flaring fireflies
Frolicking festive fairies, frozen.
Fuming fireball flickers
Fields flail
Falcons, Finchers
Flycattchers, fireflies fly
Fairies frolic in festive fascination.