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[a world, so many worlds]

During a visualisation exercise recently, I saw a scene that surprised me. I was in a huge space, like a hall, perhaps, with high ceilings and wraparound floor to ceiling windows. It may have been somewhere near the top floors of a building. There were people lifting rows of huge planks of wood, constructing something in the hall. I…

The Tell

[At first I wrote this as a longer, elaborate, wordier poem. But as I read it, I realised I only wanted its essence. The rest was fluff.] What is this, a game of poker? We’re in a place where no one knows her And you’re hiding your cards from me You don’t tell me and…

a girl danced (a triolet)

[Poem #22 with #23’s prompt. Since I usually write most of my poems in iambic tetrameter, I didn’t think I should pass up today’s NaPoWriMo prompt to write a triolet.] I saw one night a curious sight: A girl danced with blue midnight’s stars; Familiar-brown, her hair, dress white, I saw one night a curious…