Bijouterie

 

Sonnets


Band Practice


Turning Wood


John Wilmot, sonnet 1


John Wilmot, sonnet 2


Two Literary Limericks:

A.A.Milne, Coleridge


Drink Me


Monet’s ‘Water Lilies’ at L’Orangerie


The Blind Gunman

(fanfic poem; Once Upon A Time In Mexico)


3 (three) 10-word Poems


Ice Age
(lyrics)

Drabbles and flashfic

Marcus, 1979;
545 words, one sentence

Two erotic flashfics – May 27th, 2008

Ten (10) 100-word Drabble
Some erotic, some not

Vampire Drabble for lit-gal (fanfic, BTVS)

(DRABBLE. A story of exactly 100 words, no more, no less. Up to 15 words extra are allowed for the title. Hyphenated-words-are-argued-about. The drabble craze started in British SF fandom in the late 1980s, and the term originates from a Monty Python skit: “Drabble. A word game for 2 to 4 players. The four players sit from left to right and the first person to write a novel wins.”
However to be playable, the ‘novel’ had to be cut short. Brian Aldiss became enthusiastic about mini-sagas of 50 words, and one writer even advocated 8 words, but eventually the Birmingham University SF Society decided on 100 words. Many respected SF writers joined in the The Drabble Project and the resulting collections were sold, all proceeds going to charity. Lately, drabbles have been drawing attention again, beginning in Doctor Who fanfic and then other bigger fandoms like Trek. Variants of 150, 200, or 350 words have appeared. However, the most common form is still the 100 word drabble.)

 

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