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Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

Wandering with my camera, I often find my eye drawn to strange bedfellows. Juxtapositions. Foils. Unexpected pairings.

– Michelle W, The Daily Post

 Overcome

I’d taken this some time late last year, right behind the school. The wire lined the entire compound, but this particular part of the fence separated us from the untamed green land some miles beyond. This section was shaded by a dwarf coconut tree, the one I’d like to stand under those hot days and it was on one such sweltering morning when I noticed these vines twisting their way around the length of the wire and the barbs.

The contrast was immediate. Such thriving life form that should dare to advance Continue reading

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Ink siren: A nonet

This is one of my entries for the Nonet Challenge over at Poets’ Corner. I’ll try to think up some more, but in the meantime here’s this one 🙂

Within the pages of the book, now

I see the world the ink paints me

Oh that such wonders exist

Great dragons, magic, sprites

Enchanted forests

Love, war, peace, loss

“Come,” they call

Out to

me.

© Devina S.

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Poetry Challenge: Nonet

Write a Nonet poem.

poets' cornerChristine introduced this short poetry form to Poets Corner with her poem here which we are using for our next challenge.

The following will explain how a nonet is formed.

A Nonet has nine lines.

The first line has nine syllables, the second line eight syllables, the third line seven syllables, etc… until line nine that finishes with one syllable.

Non-authors can post here

~*~ I hope you join us! ~*~

P.S: If any of you did submit any could you please leave me a link to it in the comments below? I’d love to see what you’ve written!

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