self, by Britta Benson

Regular readers of my poetry blog know that I like to experiment. Some of my experiments work, others, not so much so. My poem ‘self’ has been included in the t’ART Press Summer Showcase. Theme of the submission call was ‘self’ and for me, it had to be a found poem. Sometimes we look forContinue reading “self, by Britta Benson”

She looked at joy, by Britta Benson

I’ve only got a wee found poem for you today. I love found or blackout poetry. Especially on days like today, when I’m feeling a little under par and uninspired. Somehow, this found poem was exactly what I needed to hear. I love that about creativity. Here’s the typed up version. Easier on the eyeContinue reading “She looked at joy, by Britta Benson”

Taking in simplicity, by Britta Benson

This is my contribution to this week’s W3 poetry prompt. This week, the prompt poem is Sarah David’s ‘Work in progress’ and the prompt guidelines are simple: 12 lines or less, including a contrasting image or idea. Here’s the link to the blog post: https://skepticskaddish.com/2022/06/15/w3-prompt-7-weave-written-weekly/ I am experimenting with found poems right now. Today, IContinue reading “Taking in simplicity, by Britta Benson”

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