December 15th, 2017


Unsold Poetry for the December 5, 2017 Poetry Fishbowl

The following poems from the December 5, 2017 Poetry Fishbowl are currently available. Poems may be sponsored via PayPal -- there's a permanent donation button on my Dreamwidth profile page -- or you can write to me and discuss other methods.
There are still verses left in the linkback poems
"Lead Us in Peace," "We Will Fade into You," "The Open Gyre," and "Growing Green, Growing Gold." Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever linkback poem you request.

"Homemade Families"
Some DW prompts contributed to the free-verse poem "Homemade Families." Several young adults, recently aged out of the foster system, come together in a class on family skills.
689 lines, Buy It Now = $345

"How Much Patience You Have"
A backchannel prompt from Dialecticdreamer inspired the free-verse poem "How Much Patience You Have." Shiv has to decide whether he's up to hosting an extra guest or two for Heron's next visit.
303 lines, Buy It Now = $152

"Light Your Fire First"
Your prompt about Turq inspired the free-verse poem "Light Your Fire First." Ansel takes steps to make sure that Turq can stay warm in winter.
212 lines, Buy It Now = $106

"The Most Room in Your Heart"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Most Room in Your Heart." Mallory struggles to adapt to life with a baby and what that does to some of her boundaries.
146 lines, Buy It Now = $73

"Return Pass"
A craft prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Return Pass." Shiv rambles around Omaha and explores more of crochet.
232 lines, Buy It Now = $116

A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Superproofing." Several young people explore ways to make their home safer while they learn how to use their new abilities.
84 lines, Buy It Now = $42

"What Keeps Us Happy"
Some of your prompts contributed to the free-verse poem "What Keeps Us Happy." Kenzie gets to meet a bunch more people on the reservation, and everyone brings goodies.
293 lines, Buy It Now = $147

This inspired the free-verse poem "Windswept." Calliope and Vagary help clean up Stillwater after the big thunderstorm. It takes them a little while to realize that they can do something more useful than run chainsaws.
614 lines, Buy It Now = $307

Call for Cosponsors

[personal profile] mashfanficchick is hoping to find cosponsors for "Homemade Families."  At this point, we have only one open epic, so opening this for microfunding is also an option.  Anyone else interested in this?

I would be interested in joining with others to sponsor "Homemade
Families", if that would be possible. I only have a few dollars to put
in right now, but I could offer a bit more (amount negotiable) on the