"Dog Days" -- 144 lines,
The kitten prompt appears in the free-verse poem "Dog Days," along with assorted other misadventures involving the human and furry residents of Jamaica Plain in the heat of summer.
"Green Eyes" -- 186 lines,
From this I got the free-verse poem "Green Eyes." Dale's hidden insecurity makes it hard for her to deal with Kelly making a new friend.
"Her Steadfast Voice" -- 93 lines,
Your fire prompt led to the free-verse poem "Her Steadfast Voice." A restaurant catches fire while Dale and Kelly are there, and they help get everyone out.
"A Long Way to Fall" -- 153 lines,
Your police prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Long Way to Fall." Police corruption is a problem in the Boston area, and it creates awkwardness in the neighborhood.
"Lyrical Gestures" -- 71 lines,
A Dreamwidth prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Lyrical Gestures." Dale and Kelly attend a folk concert in the park with a sign language interpreter ... but it's the after-dark performance that really steals the show.
"Sweetening the Pot" -- 117 lines,
Your beekeeper prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Sweetening the Pot" in which a woman named Pamela wants to get a hive and other folks in the neighborhood are nervous about that.
"A Two-Way Street" -- 135 lines,
The conversation between rhodielady_47 and lb_lee about parades has inspired the free-verse poem "A Two-Way Street." Dale and Kelly help organize a parade to smooth over some tensions in Jamaica Plain.
"Unspoken Vows" -- 52 lines,
Not all Boston marriages are the same, as Dale and Kelly discover in the free-verse poem "Unspoken Vows."
"Wonderland Anyway" -- 80 lines,
From Dreamwidth, an ice-skating prompt led to the free-verse poem "Wonderland Anyway." Dale and Kelly used to go ice-skating together, and that's just not feasible anymore. So they explore variations on the theme.