13 Poets from last week’s challenge of FATE and their Décimas. All links open in a new window when clicked on.
A strong set of Décimas this week. Some very personal, with guts and backbone and brutal reality. That’s what the Décima can do. It’s a style from Spain and very much a part of Latin culture and the passion in those cultures seem to give permission through this style to go wherever you need to, or wherever it takes you. Sometimes, a poem just wants to be written.
Arthur Richardson | Poems, Polemicks and Licks: The Fates
Charmed Chaos: Whatever It Brings
Don’t Forget the Half: Unpredictable Certainty
EASTELMHURST.A.GO.GO: The Expendable Pawn
The Change of Seasons-Dark
Winter pokes out from the far hills
And I watch, I wonder, I wait
for the snow caps to shape my fate,
the storms, the winds, the cold deep chills.
Other welcome winter. It instills
a warmth, an air of solemn grace,
of times evoked, the soft sweet face
of life and love forever lost
yet still alive, a permafrost
of pleasure ever to embrace.
Frank Hubeny: Fate
The Hidden Edge: Occult Vault
Like Mercury Colliding: Blooms From Dust
MMA Storytime: Left to Fate
Mystical Strings: Tempting Fate
Stine Writing: Integrity
willowdot21: The Awakening
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