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Welcome to another Saturday Mix. Lorraine is hosting this week’s mix of flash fiction, poetry, and shadorma. Please feel free to try any or all of the challenges.
Write a piece of flash fiction 25 to 150 words from the dog’s perspective. What is going on in the little, sad looking pug’s mind?
picture: © Lorraine 2017
(If you are a cat person, send me some good catty pictures for future prompts. Let me know in the comments section if you have photos to submit)
Mind you Ps & Qs: From Glossary of Forms, Poetic Terminology, and Literary Devices on this page’s side bar, choose a poetic form that begins with P or Q*. Run with it. You can use the above photo as inspiration. *The quadrille — a 44 word poem — can be considered also.
This week, our play date with the shadorma has a surprise – a shadorma summation. Your free verse could be a microburst of poetry.
Shadorma Summation: the Shadorma Summation is a Free Verse poem with a concluding stanza using the Shadorma – a non-rhyming, six line poem with the syllable count (beat) of: 3/5/3/3/7/5
You can use anything for inspiration, including the picture.