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Unsold Poems from the September 16, 2014 Fishbowl - The Wordsmith's Forge
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Unsold Poems from the September 16, 2014 Fishbowl
The following poems from the September 3, 2014 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.

At the moment, "Pitfalls" is open for microfunding, which means you can chip in toward that or the following poems may be bought whole.

"Born of Land and Sea" -- 300 lines, $150 SOLD
I actually needed a beach for a selkie prompt, which inspired the free-verse "Born of Land and Sea." A young woman seeks help regarding her surprisingly-mobile baby, leading to a search for the father and some pleasant time on beaches.

"City of Sun and Rain" -- 206 lines, $103 SOLD
Your obstacles prompt combined with one about San Diego, inspiring the free-verse poem "City of Sun and Rain." Brenda and Darrel relax in the city after closing a case, where they enjoy the shops and a trip to the zoo.

"Climbing Rocks" -- 178 lines, $89 SOLD
This combined with some other prompts to inspire the free-verse poem "Climbing Rocks." Brenda and Darrel have to deal with a rock monster -- but first they have to get to it.

"The Door to Nowhere" -- 252 lines, $126
Dreamwidth prompts inspired the free-verse poem "The Door to Nowhere." A call from the university, a mysterious flickering outline, and a white cat make for an unplanned trip. This crosses over with Schrodinger's Heroes.

"Halfway to Heaven" -- 180 lines, $90 SOLD
This combined with a couple other prompts to inspired the free-verse poem "Halfway to Heaven." It's an explanation of why Brenda makes a point of helping other people when she can, and it looks back to a time closer to her accident when life was pretty rough for her.

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