Décima Challenge 43 Poets Collected

10 Poets from last week’s challenge of SPRING and their Décimas. All links open in a new window when clicked on.

Please be sure to visit everyone at least once if you haven’t already. More variety than I thought would happen this week with the prompt word being Gift.

 

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Don’t Forget the Half | CSNelson:  A Spring to Forget


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On the Passing of My Friend, Charan Gill

I think of that time as our spring,
some of us with a wealth of years,
others with knowledge in arrears,
yet each with compassion to bring.

A work unit on the upswing,
those too few days of comradeship,
shared goals, gone at too fast a clip,
and now with the passing of one
of us, that time again undone,
we watch another moment slip.


Bob Fairfield: The Rites of May in the Minds of Faerie Folk


Frank Hubney | Poetry, Short Prose and Walking:   Spring – Décima – Poetry, Short Prose and Walking


The Indie She:   https://indishe.wordpress.com/2021/02/04/ronovan-writes-decima-poetry-challenge-prompt-no-43-spring-in-the-a-rhyme-line/


MMA Storytime:   Leave Emotion Out of It


Mystical Strings |  Dr. Crystal Grimes:    Universal Spring


Arthur Richardson | Poems, Polemicks and Licks:   https://arthurrichardson.org/2021/02/04/spring/


Toward the Within: Poetry | RonovanWrites Decima #Poetry Challenge #43 Spring in the A line – Toward the within…


willowdot21:  Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 43: (SPRING) in the A rhyme line. | willowdot21



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