Décima Challenge 33 Poets Collected

14 Poets with 3 NEW POET BLOGS from last week’s challenge of BLIND and their Décimas. All links open in a new window when clicked on.

Some titles of the poems are chosen by me. So don’t blame the poet if it makes no sense with the actual poem. Great takes on the theme. Nice to see some new blogs taking part and a couple of the original Haiku Challenge poets from years ago joining in.

Decima Challenge Poets Collected Image


Ritu Bhathal | But I Smile Anyway…:  The Daily Grind

NEW POETRY BLOG TO THE CHALLENGE


Linda Lee Lyberg | Charmed Chaos:   Of Liquid Memories and Tears


L | EASTELMHURST.A.GO.GO:   Black Times


http://www.engleson.ca

Pickleball Blues

A small thing really, almost trite,
A privileged sort, COVID immune
But now we’re singing a new tune,
Though we know our case is quite…slight.

“We planned it well; almost airtight,
The best protocols you could find,
a thoughtful plan, we were not blind
to risk, to spread, it’s viral way.”
Sweet Pickleball, one more delay;
Were you a dream, a state of mind?


Bob Fairfield:    A philosopher’s foible


JosieHolfFord.com

NEW POETRY BLOG TO THE CHALLENGE

Blind

Old Gloucester in Shakespeare’s King Lear –
Quite the wanton lad in his youth –
Was just like Lear, blind to the truth.
His good son Edgar sent away
While evil Edmund has his way.
Gloucester has eyes but he is blind
He loses sight, Lear his mind.
Scenes painful and anarchic
The play’s effect – most cathartic:
To death and loss we are resigned


Frank Hubeny | Poetry, Short Prose and Walking:   Tears To Leave Behind    


Laurie McHarrie @ The Hidden Edge:    Blind


MMA Storytime:    Rules Are Meant to Be Broken


Dr. Crystal Grimes | Mystical Strings:    Oasis


Revived Writer:   Was Blind But Now I See


Arthur Richardson | Poems, Polemicks and Licks:   A Way


Two on a Rant:   Ronovan Writes Poetry Challenge : Decima & Haiku | Two on a Rant

NEW POETRY BLOG TO THE CHALLENGE


willowdot21:   Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 33: (BLIND) in the C rhyme line. | willowdot21



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