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Week Twenty-three: Amanda Kasper

Write about anything Learn to let go of the past. And recognize that every day won’t be sunny, and when you find yourself lost in the darkness and despair remember it’s only in the black of night you see the stars. And those stars will lead you back home. So don’t be afraid to make … Continue reading

Week Twenty-three: Kathy Benson

 Write about anything Earlier this year I tried my hand at writing my first sestina style poem.  Though I have played around with poetry a bit in the past (mostly limericks and another one that I am very proud of), I don’t think I had tried to write fixed form since high school and I know that … Continue reading

Week Twenty-three: Peter Combs

Write about anything I was sweeping my kitchen floor today when I discovered two shards of glass. They were the remnants from a drinking glass that had shattered several weeks ago while we were cooking dinner. I remember how careful I had been that night, scouring the floor to find every last piece. Then, when … Continue reading

Week Twenty-three: Brian B. Baker

Eel (Photo credit: rach2k) Write about anything When writing about anything the choices are vast and sometimes the only limitation is what you can imagine. So imagine this, When I woke this morning I was staring at a small eel, this eel stared at me with these glowing eyes, he was obviously an electric eel. … Continue reading