Fred. He’s a classic, a clown. Smooth like Astaire and hot like Mercury.
Sam’s a big, strong man with thick hands – but sensitive like a Samantha. Not a binary or hard comment on gender, just a what’s in a name poetry challenge 1 / Disclaimer: unless your Samantha from Sex and the City
Mariah Carey at her best. Or has she shone brighter dreamlover? Another prompt from a friend – this one done on the couch at Lavish boutique in Pasadena the night of their grand opening.
Gassy little fruit. You’re a substitute for carbs. That’s why I love you. Trying some new prompts from friends in the next couple of haikus! It’s pretty fun and increases your quick-thinking skillz. Got a prompt for me? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Another great Meetup at my favorite LA writing spot, The Hatchery Press. The exercise today was to write for 30 minutes using the first sentence of a different literary work as your prompt. No surprise – I wrote about hookers (: (Prompt is from David Sedaris essay: Chicken toenails, anyone?) I have to go to China.” I told people this in the way I might say, “I need to insulate my crawl space” or, “I’ve […]
You’re gone. I’m at peace. What’s left is obvious: It was never right.
I sat down to write and all I could think of is how you don’t love me.
The thing you’d never say because it hurts too much. There’s your haiku – go.
I’m here to create, make mistakes – a lot of them. Always moving on.