LIFE IS A BEACH – A MILLION FISH IN THE SEA

July 22nd – Sadly, sometimes the shoreline is pocked with dead fish or gulls stinking up the joint. Give them back their lives and write about any aquatic creature that could be seen/found in these waters. Write about the one that got away… or the one you threw back! Go on an underwater adventure aboard your Yellow Submarine and visit an Octopus’ Garden. (We are POETIC BLOOMINGS after all!)

There may be well over a million fish in the sea, but today we celebrate a one-in-a-million poet, Jane Shlensky and offer a glimpse of her Memoir Chapbook, OLD MULES AND PLOWED GROUND. So, after you complete Day 22’s prompt and post your poem, click on the link and enjoy some of Jane’s Finest poetry.

Old Mules and Plowed Ground by Jane Shlensky

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KEEPING UP WITH THE WAVES

July 21 – Muscle Beach/Bikini Beach

July 20 – Just Another Day In Paradise

July 19 – Waves

July 18 – Children

July 17 – Put Into Words (Ekphrasis)