A Dig at the Knave

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A Dig at the Knave

I go underground for the answer
Spend days on conservative sites
Arguments articulate
Their concerns and beliefs
But nothing explains
The reason they
Endorse that
Pompous
Ass

This nonet is a response to the Daily Post/Daily Prompt on WordPress – underground.
Nonet ~ a poem of nine lines and a syllable pattern of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, with rhyme optional

No Reply – #writephoto

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Pen to paper, such a simple act
The sincerity of your thoughts
Sent in response to my own
I wait for your letter
But the darkness grows
As time goes by
Without a
Single
Word

This nonet is my response to Sue Vincent’s (Daily Echo) Thursday Photo Prompt – Glimpsed #writephoto, with her photo.  (I saw a mail slot.)
Nonet ~ a poem of nine lines and a syllable pattern of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, with rhyme optional

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Caveman – #writephoto

Caveman

Caveman

Eyes dark, you sulk and brood with a scowl
Expecting all the world to care
About your petty problems
When no one notices
Your empty bottle
Or cares as you
Crawl on back
To your
Cave

My response to Sue Vincent’s (Daily Echo) Thursday Photo Prompt – Cave – #writephoto, with her photo, is a nonet.
Once again, my imagination takes over, as I see a drunk’s face, chin on the table, staring into the empty bottle in his outstretched arms.  Okay, so there’s no bottle, but I’m pretty sure the rest of it is there.
Nonet ~ a poem of nine lines and a syllable pattern of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, with rhyme optional

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The Crossing – #writephoto

The Crossing

Faith in those along on your journey
Removes fear from the equation
Belief in your companions
And your willingness to
Believe in yourself
With confidence
In each step
Taken
Trust

My response to Sue Vincent’s (Daily Echo) Thursday Photo Prompt – Stepping Stones – #writephoto, with her photo, is a nonet.  It’s inspired by another post by Sue, The Journey of the Fool, in which she describes crossing the River Wharfe on the Stepping Stones…blindfolded.  It’s a good read.
Nonet ~ a poem of nine lines and a syllable pattern of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, with rhyme optional

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Full Moon

Once a Blue Moon

On this clear night, with the moon so full,
my mind and heart truly inspired,
it becomes ever so clear
I have all I could want
with my love so near
my mind at peace
contentment
in my
heart

 

The five word prompts for The Secret Keeper’s Weekly Writing Prompt #41 are inspire, night, mind, near and want.
Nonet ~ a poem of nine lines and a syllable pattern of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, with rhyme optional