Author Archives: Maggie C

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.

Murmur Murmur

Well, it’s been awhile, hasn’t it? But here I am, back in Stanza-land, and what better way to come back than a writing prompt from the folks at dVerse? Today, Sarah challenges us to choose from a number of paintings … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday ~ 6/15/22

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Wordless Wednesday ~ 6/1/22

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In the Stars

I was debating with my daughter the other day as to whether I might be an alien, (something to do with my long toes), and I was reminded of this piece I wrote in 2013 for my original (now defunct) … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday ~ Colorado III

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Forgettable

NaPoWriMo Day Three. Today’s prompt: “This one is a bit complex, so I saved it for a Sunday. It’s a Spanish form called a “glosa” – literally a poem that glosses, or explains, or in some way responds to another … Continue reading

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Bird Talk

Day Two NaPoWriMo prompt: Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem based on a word featured in a tweet from Haggard Hawks, an account devoted to obscure and interesting English words.  I used the tweet pictured below, which … Continue reading

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Plus One

NaPoWriMo day one prompt: “The prompt is based on Robert Hass’s remarkable prose poem, “A Story About the Body.” The idea is to write your own prose poem that, whatever title you choose to give it, is a story about … Continue reading

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Forevermore (or less)

Love lasts forever. Come to find out, forever isn’t all that long. Early bird post for April’s National / Global Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). The prompt: Write a poem based on, or responding to, a line of Emily Dickenson’s poetry. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday ~ Colorado II

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