AtoZ: Q ~ Asking the right questions

qualified queries

quell questionable outcomes

quantitatively

Q is for Query


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: P is for Patience

proceed with prudence

ponder potential pitfalls

patience profits all

P is for Patience.


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: O ~ in the nose of the beholder

onerous odor

objectively off-putting

opine upwind, please

O is for odor.


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: N ~ sleeping on the job

night watchman drowsing

nearing netherworldly realms

nodding, nodding, gone.

N is for nightmare.


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ Challenge: M is for Moon

milky midday moon

morphs into midnight magic

melts to morning dew

M is for moon.


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: L ~ Sunbath

lackadaisical

lizard luxuriates while

lying on a log

L is for Lizard.


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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Spring Reveal

Whose legs these are I think I know;

Encased in jeans all winter, though.

Today I’ll shave, first time this year!

The spring reveal: legs white as snow.


Belatedly for dVerse MTB prompt: The Body and Poetry

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AtoZ: K is for Kitty

keen the captor’s prey

killed by kerf of unsheathed claw

kitty’s catnip slayed

K is for Kitty


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: J ~ Railroaded

justice jettisoned;

jaded judge, jury, jailers;

jumpsuit, jammed in jail.

J is for Jailed


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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AtoZ: I ~ Childhood Playmates

imaginary

individuals only

I identify

I is for Imagination


#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Creating a theme for one’s blog challenge is optional. My theme for 2021: a three line alliteration each day (5-7-5, haiku-ish) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

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