Did you know that some magazines focus on work created by disabled writers?
“These magazines accept fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, essays, novel and memoir excerpts, reviews, drama, and, in some cases, artwork.”
Try your hand at Instapoetry.
Create an Instapoem, and enter The Missouri Review’s Instagram Contest!
This clogyrnach/acrostic of mine made the Top 10 list on WD Poetic Asides:
Last night the western welkin shone
In bridal glory, moonlight donned
The pure white and red
As Mars Venus wed;
Night is dead —
You are gone.
When a storm leafless branches bends,
Never doubt that the earth is kind —
There’ll be leaves again
Bathed in silver rains,
Whispers on the soft wind.
© 2017 Sasha A. Palmer
Still time to join the clogyrnach party.
The sun’s asleep tucked in a cloud
The land — beneath the wintry shroud
On a dried out vine
Sits fiery sunshine —
A red cardinal proud.
This is one of my attempts at the form called clogyrnach.
Join the clogyrnach party over at Poetic Asides, it’s fun, and if your poem’s chosen — you’ll be published in Writer’s Digest! (Make sure to enter your poem by March 15.)