bilingual, En español, Nature, writing

4th Dark December Day

Today is a day for poetry and journaling. Seems the Bay Area has sent fog and rain our way… Fourth Dark December Day Pine boughs ripple in the breeze. green against the white page of the sky. Rain refrain while skiers think snow Where is the sun? The slanted wheel Invisibly tips over the horizon […]

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bilingual, En español, Nature, writing

22 September Poem

Haiku for you. In Spanish too. Happy Autumn! Haikú para ti. En español e inglés. ¡Feliz otoño! 22 September, Twin Sister Haikus cool air, happy lungs autumn equinox arrived the next season walks in + + farewell city pool red leaf on outdoor table where is my sweater? –Rebecca Cuningham, 21 September 2022 22 septiembre […]

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September 2022 Poetry Challenge

Welcome poets and poetry readers, to the Fake Flamenco Poetry Challenge for September. This month we will write a free verse elemental poem using the theme of wind. Choose to write about a breeze, a head wind, tornado… You are not required to use the word wind. For the challenge, write up to eight lines […]

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bilingual, Nature, writing

October Poetry Challenge/Reto poetico de octubre

Time for the Monthly Fake Flamenco poetry challenge! This October we will write a haiku. (información en español abajo) This poetry form originates in Japan, but it is practiced the world over. It is composed of three lines: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables. The theme is something that fascinates you in nature; an experience, […]

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