The following poems from the November 6, 2012 Poetry Fishbowl are currently available. Poems may be sponsored via PayPal -- there's a permanent donation button on my LiveJournal profile page -- or you can write to me and discuss other methods.
The Poetry Fishbowl also has a landing page with full details about the project.
"Behind a Great Woman" -- 141 lines,
$141 SOLD (The Steamsmith)
I combined several of your prompts about Maryam and great women. The result is "Behind a Great Woman," in which Maryam attends a garden party at Chiswick and gets a discreet jump up the social ladder.
"Gifts of Simplicity" --
Available after "The Demon in the Bottle" is sponsored. SOLD (One God's Story of Mid-Life Crisis)
The prompt about a grandmotherly woman helping Shaeth led to the free-verse poem "Gifts of Simplicity." It deals with the importance of establishing a comfortable home and some basic skills, when trying to build a decent life.
"The Saga of Eriksdottir" -- 60 lines, $60 (The Asgard Eddas)
From your prompt about Freydis Eriksdottir I got the poem "The Saga of Eriksdottir," belonging to The Asgard Eddas. When the men of her settlement falter under an alien attack, she takes up arms to defend it herself. This poem is written in unrhymed quatrains with the central caesura that essentially doubles each verse, so I'm pricing it at $1/line.
"The Voyage to Vaucouleurs" -- 84 lines, $84 (The Arc of Joan)
The prompt about Joan of Arc led to the free-verse poem "The Voyage to Vaucouleurs." It's the second in the series The Arc of Joan, set in nether-England like The Steamsmith but earlier in time. It even lays some background for Maryam's experiences. Anyhow, this poem tells how Jeanne d'Arc leaves home and deals with the hassle of people who just want to get in her way, before she can make progress.