Monthly Archives: March 2021

BP: The Train Anthology and more…

Several years ago, on Jacquie Pearce’s blog, http://www.wildink.wordpress.com, there was a post asking for train-themed haiku and other related poetry forms for a planned anthology about trains of all sorts. This pedometer geek writer submitted a few haiku for consideration, … Continue reading

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BP: Golden Triangle Haiku

For the last eight years, there has been a call for submissions to the Golden Triangle Haiku competition. This year there were over 2800 haiku submitted including 200 haiku from entrants under 18 years of age in the new Youth … Continue reading

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Vegetable Cookery: A 99-Word Flash Fiction

This week’s prompt over at http://www.carrotranch.com was to write a 99-word story (no more, no less) which included the words sweet potatoes. Vegetable Cookery The sophomore home economics’ curriculum included yeast bread, which was the main reason Julie chose this … Continue reading

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Our New Cat: A 99-word Story

It has been some time since this pedometer geek has written a 99-word (no more and no less) story. It is based on the http://www.carrotranch.com prompt of ‘frozen.’ Here is my last minute entry: Our New Cat Lisa called us … Continue reading

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