What I Have Written
"Trust and Integrity"
I started working last night with a bingo card prompt, and got the free-verse poem "Trust and Integrity." The pastor at the People of Jesus Nondenominational Church and Interfaith Center coaxes Turq into accepting supper from the soup kitchen.
"Flight Square" is today's freebie, about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
"The Light Inside"
Your third prompt inspired the free-verse poem "The Light Inside." Turq explains to Janie about his favorite vending machine. Per the prompt, it's an uplifting piece.
"What You Like Doing Best"
The girl with the candy floss hair inspired the free-verse poem "What You Like Doing Best." Officer Pink presents a workshop on flickering, and talks with a high school student who is interested in doing that sort of thing herself.
"Acting to Type"
A prompt for the Capes and Masks project by shiori_makiba inspired the short and sweet poem "Acting to Type." Villains get to do all kinds of things the rest of us wish we could.
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"For the Purpose of Establishing Justice"
This gave me a chance to introduce Blocks, a Super-Intellect with autism who works for SPOON. He is a friend of the Analyst, who you may have already seen in other poems, and they're trying to figure out why a building collapsed. They just don't have quite the same work style as some other people do. "For the Purpose of Establishing Justice" is written in free verse.
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"A Significant Threat"
Your "not like you" prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Significant Threat." Victor and Igor learn of another hunter who is causing trouble.
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From My Prompts
"Fists and Faces" by clare_dragonfly belongs to the Ursulan Cycle and features two women knights trying to settle in at King Uther's court.
"Outliers and Aberrations" by dialecticdreamer introduces some of the Finn kids to Stan and Lawrence. Read Part 1.