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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: May 13, 2020      Views: 61

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DIANA L CRAWFORD 

Diana is a poet/lyricist who has been composing love poems and lyrics for over 40 years. She has had several poems published over the years in such publications as the Purdue University Skylark: The Fine Arts Annual of Purdue Calumet (Hammond, India - more...

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A 3-5-3 Nature contest poem
"Sunset Glow" by Diana L Crawford


sunset glow

suffused rainbow rays

sol sublime


 

Nature 3-5-3 writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a poem with a 3-5-3 syllable count on nature.

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SOL
It is common in science fiction to name our sun sol (and by the way the earth - terra). Sun is a general term - for suns. Before space travel "sun" is pretty unambigous. But with space travel not. So it makes sense to give it a name and to use the word sun as a generic term.

https://scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/92149/why-and-since-when-is-the-name-sol-used-instead-of-the-sun




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