Today's form couldn't be better. I know you'll love it! It's exactly what you wanted.
Additionally, turn about's fair play. You may leave me a ONE word prompt and I will use it in the poem I write for today's challenge. All I ask is that you be reasonable and leave me a word that you would be willing to tackle yourself.
If you are new to this group or contest, go here to learn more and then come back to participate in today's challenge.
Follow these rules:
- Today's form: the choice is yours. Here is a list of forms that Mindful Poetry has covered since September, 2008. If you use a form that hasn't been featured here, please identify it and provide a link to a website where it is described.
- Today's prompt: New York City - if it can be found in NYC, it's acceptable to use in your poem
- Publish so that the date stamped is April 30th with only one stamp-date
- Tag with MP2012
- Publish to Mindful Poetry (and other groups as you wish)
Read today's submissions by others and comment. Here's the link.
Friday we received 14 terza rima submissions to the Mindful Poetry Contest. Here is the Poem-of-the-Day.
Last week we received 80 submissions. Here is the Poem-of-the-Week.
Good luck! Have fun! Read and comment on other contestants here.
Please recommend this post today.
One more item, I've taken Atticus *'s challenge and I hope you will, too. I recorded my trimeric, but if you have another poem from this contest that appeals to you more, read that instead. Tag with mp2012 just like your submissions for the contest. And submit them to Mindful Poetry.