There are still verses left in the linkback poems "Testing the Metal," "Dangerous Refuges," "The Marble and the Sculptor," "Picking Up the Litter," and "The Golden Peaches of Peace." Linking to this page will reveal new verses in whichever poem you request.
"Fears You Never Knew Existed"
Your prompt about tracking inspired the free-verse poem "Fears You Didn't Know Existed." A disappearing toddler warrants a call to SPOON.
96 lines, Buy It Now = $48
"The Form of Every Virtue"
Continuing the second prompt is "The Form of Every Virtue." Turq accompanies Ansel to the police station to help plan the raid on Mr. Dipper.
462 lines, Buy It Now = $231
"Hacking Out the Answers"
This inspired the free-verse poem "Hacking Out the Answers." When a virus shuts down the ciphernet, Armelle has a meltdown. Shuttlecock knows how to handle meltdowns.
101 lines, Buy It Now = $51
"How to Get It Out"
From a DW prompt I wrote "How to Get It Out." Shiv quietly freaks when invited to jam with a band, even though it's after hours.
252 lines, Buy It Now = $126
"A Realm of One's Being"
A DW prompt inspired the free-verse poem "A Realm of One's Being." After Nathaniel turns three, Hannah takes him to a sensory therapist.
457 lines, Buy It Now = $229
A Dreamwidth prompt combined with some prompts from my partner Doug about a long-ago magic show he did. "Spooked" is about a stage magician who gains real powers, but they don't work right, but that's okay.
111 lines, Buy It Now = $56
These two make a diptych:
"Insha'Allah" features Buraq receiving a mission from Allah to deliver a miracle to Haboob.
249 lines, Buy It Now = $125
"Uncertain Miracles" follows Buraq and his companions as they track down Haboob and deliver the miracle.
595 lines, Buy It Now = $298