Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette

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Monday Update 12-25-17

These are some posts from the later part of last week in case you missed them:
Poem: "A Disease of Ignorance"
Poem: "Said to the Four Winds"
Poem: "For Any Creative Assignment"
Druze Dating
Poem: "The Things That Money Can't Buy"
Moment of Silence: Bruce McCandless
Poem: "What a Win Looks Like"
Today's Adventures
Abusive Society
First Snow
Poem: "Touching Someone's Pain"
Poem: "Climbing Through the Cracks"
Wheelchair Adventures
Poem: "A Fabric of Our Own Making"
Joyous Yule!
Poem: "The Black and the Red"
Poem: "Waxing Strong"
Poem: "The Retraction Factor"
Poem: "The Greatest Legacy"
Smør Bullar
Poem: "The Key to Everything"
Poem: "This Is How I Should Be"
Hard Things
Poem: "The New Beginnings of Soft Greens"
Poem: "A Little from the Heart"

The 2017 Holiday Poetry Sale did incredibly well, with a final tally of $1288.75. \o/ Thank you all for your generosity. I am still posting sponsored poems, and will be for some time. Here are the batch posts:
Poems Sponsored by [personal profile] daisiesrockalot
Pool Poems Sponsored by [personal profile] ng_moonmoth, [personal profile] technoshaman, and [personal profile] mama_kestrel
Berettaflies Poems plus Stories by [personal profile] siliconshaman
Poems for Mom & Dad

The NAACP in Terramagne curriculum originally went up without links, but I have been adding links per request.

Merry Christmas to those of you celebrating it. :D

Poetry in Microfunding:
"The Higher a Monkey Climbs" is now complete.  Enjoy the resolution of the scene in the food truck park.  Wow, we're out of open epics!  \o/ That hasn't happened in quite a while. 

It snowed here!  The second batch of snow is actually sticking around, too.  Seen at the birdfeeders this week: a large flock of sparrows, a large flock of mourning doves, at least two pairs of cardinals, several dark-eyed juncoes, a temporally confused starling, and a hawk.  The birds have been mobbing the feeders due to cold and snow now.  It's really fun to watch them squabbling over the food, or sitting on branches fluffed into little balls of feathers.
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