Swiftly across steppes, or: Wistful glance at sunset

Traditional Mongolian Meter Steed gallops swiftly across steppes Steered smoothly by steely Mongol Steel stirrups steady deadly shots Steals last, wistful glance at sunset d'Verse prompt: Traditional Mongolian Meter At d'Verse, poets were encouraged to try their hands at 'Traditional Mongolian Meter', which is: written in any number of quatrains. syllabic, usually 7 to 8… Continue reading Swiftly across steppes, or: Wistful glance at sunset

Watch the hair! or: Shetland pony

A limerick The shetland pony gave me quite the stare; Sheer irritation made his nostrils flair. "Well... fine! I'll give you a ride, Though your fat ass is too wide... But seriously, Buddy - watch the hair!" โ€˜What do you seeโ€™ Prompt #149 For Sadjeโ€™s weekly #WDYS prompt, she offered the photo below as inspiration… Continue reading Watch the hair! or: Shetland pony

Two horses, or: Nightmares

Poetry Partners #111 'Am I dreaming?', a poem by Benjamin Nambu of 'Wealthy and ambitious entrepeneurs network' Two horses charge through a misty forest unto a dusty road As if pursued by an invisible being As if racing to the end of the world Reminds me of something I could no longer remember Like a… Continue reading Two horses, or: Nightmares