here is a poem for the prompt “curio”

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I found this spam message in my Typewriter Poetry inbox. So, I turned it into a prompt: “IM me on Yahoo Msngr it’s important. my username is deborahmeliarr121377”

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I know now there are mistakes I can never take back.

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As I was digging through my files, I found this little orphaned poem. I think the prompt was about “snowy owls.”

She was snowy. That's what I remember. like the frost on childhood cereal--Mini Wheats or something close. billimarie july 21st 2011

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It was very nice of Rebecca-Jayne, owner of the blog Detrimentally Disgruntled, to recommend Typewriter Poetry for a Versatile Blogger Award. And Antonio, owner of the art blog Scratch & Color, nominated me for the Liebster Award. Thanks to both of you!

In tune with the tradition, here are seven reveals about me personally, as well as a few other blogs I’d like to nominate…

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I wrote this for Jude at Occupy LA. She was very interesting. I’m pretty sure her prompt was “kitties” and that she told me a story about how they passed away. But it was loud so I guess we’ll never know.

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This was typed for Bill at Occupy LA.

prompt: To use the line, “when was the last time you thought of me, unexpected as if in a dream”

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A guy named Donald wrote this for me while I was typing poems for people at Occupy LA.

Howdy all. For some reason, I’ve been getting a lot of hits for this blog. Hooray! I’m glad you like it.

I just wanted to update everyone to why I’m currently not pounding out any poems on my typewriter.

I’ve been working on my novel. I plan to finish a rough draft by the end of November. Using NaNoWriMo as my carrot and stick to help keep my deadlines organized, find friends, get inspiration, etc.

Are you writing a novel this November? Feel free to add me, or check out my writing blog. You can also send me a poetry prompt (don’t forget your name, if you don’t want it to be anonymous). Until then, I’ll see you in December :)