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  1. What's new in this club
  2. O mighty man, tall on the field you stood, no sword in hand and yet men below yield for he wielded the wyrmwood; no axe or weapon slashing; a shield of molten rage, a blade of frozen hate upon thy shoulders sat a mantle of orange
  3. O mighty man, tall on the field you stood, no sword in hand and yet men below yield for he wielded the wyrmwood; no axe or weapon slashing; a shield of molten rage, a blade of frozen hate
  4. O mighty man, tall on the field you stood, no sword in hand and yet men below yield for he wielded the wyrmwood; no axe or weapon slashing; a shield
  5. O mighty man, tall on the field you stood, no sword in hand and yet men below yield for he wielded the wyrmwood
  6. Let's do this! 14 lines! no sword in hand and yet men below yield
  7. Oh my. Sorry, I'll provide the next prompt. Honestly I have no idea. Is it fine to have a Shakespearian sonnet next? First line: O mighty man, tall on the field you stood,
  8. @SableSage @SinisterDeath That's right! You finish, you start! It's what makes it a Duel!
  9. I believe you're supposed to pick the next type of poem, and/or maybe the next line?
  10. The woven weaves of Mother Elgee Smothers knaves with a decree A knee you shall bend and with glee they mend Though how well they mend no one can guarantee.
  11. The woven weaves of Mother Elgee Smothers knaves with a decree A knee you shall bend and with glee they mend
  12. Welcome (male?) @Estel! Yup, still weird. (but that's on me!!!!!!!!!!!!!) Other than poetry games, what draws you to writing?
  13. The woven weaves of Mother Elgee Smothers knaves with a decree A knee you shall bend
  14. The purpose of the Poetry Duel is to build a poem, one line at a time. Much like stories. However, there are rules! 1) The start of the Poem is determined by the person who finishes a poem. 2) You can not finish the Poem you start. (Exception is if a Poem sits for more than 5 days). 3) Claim the Type of poem! (Lymeric, sonnet, free verse) and now many lines until it is complete. 4) Be creative and have fun. There is no wrong line in Poetry! Need help on deciding on a poem time? This one is simple! Feel free to search out others! MY
  15. Weeeell I haven't really written much yet, well I guess in a way I have..I'm that one odd relative that writes funny songs for family ocations, that makes everyone embarrased, but it is a marvelous icebreaker😁 I would like to write something more serious not nessesarily sad just well serious. What type of poems do you prefer? I would love to read something, if you like to share, maybe it will inspire me even😊 Oh sorry...Welcome nice to meet you!
  16. Hello @Arie, thanks for the welcome. For writing tool, I prefer writing using good old pen and paper, but when those aren't available I resort to writing on my phone. It's usually just poems though. Any stories I write using any Word Processor available, as long as they connect to cloud. @Lavandula Nice to meet another who likes writing poems. Do you share your poems here on Dragonmount?
  17. @Lavandula I adore you, and i'm sorry I missed this! (loading forums, amrite?) The club is a bit of a support group, while also being a safe space (i hope!) to share projects and inspire new, fun ideas. I'm not sure how to answer your question? My poetry is often just jumbled thoughts in fancier words. Or very melancholy. I missed a few welcomes! Hello @Taei @Jeannaisais @metalheadgirl22 and @SableSage! What are some of your favorite writing tools?
  18. Any member of Dragonmount is welcome to partake and does not need to be a member of the Club. Completed Prompts gain you points, and those points gain you shiny badges and possibly Club-Only Titles. Full information on the point system available HERE. Submitting of writing may be done in the comments or in our Discussion forum. For private-sharing please read our Welcome Post for access to the group Google Folder. Non-Fiction Spring is a time of new beginnings. Write about a time you began something new. Fiction Write a story about what is found a
  19. Ideal for: fiction Write a story based on the following prompt: The main character is searching for something in a noble's treasure vault. What? Why? Post below: An excerpt (no more than 500 words) that best illustrates the prompt. Don't Forget your Points!
  20. Any member of Dragonmount is welcome to partake and does not need to be a member of the Club. Completed Prompts gain you points, and those points gain you shiny badges and possibly Club-Only Titles. Full information on the point system available HERE. Submitting of writing may be done in the comments or in our Discussion forum. For private-sharing please read our Welcome Post for access to the group Google Folder. Non-Fiction Write a memoir-esque scene of an event that happened to "you" 10 years ago. Fiction Write a scene where your characters "tra
  21. I'm excited for these, and the stickers! *mosey's over to see what to write*
  22. The January prompts are finally up and running over on the writers blog. I am woefully late, but also very excited about this month. We had a fun idea to hope help motivate everyone to participate. I am creating a DM Writers Sticker/Vinyl. Everyone who wants a shot to win it can submit their entries in all the typical ways. We will pick one winner and I will send them the Sticker/Vinyl for free. We may do the more than once, but we just thought it would be a fun incentive. Since I was a few days late getting us going get the prompts submitted by Feb. 6th.
  23. Any member of Dragonmount is welcome to partake and does not need to be a member of the Club. Completed Prompts gain you points, and those points gain you shiny badges and possibly Club-Only Titles. Full information on the point system available HERE Submitting of writing may be done in the comments or in our Discussion forum. For private-sharing please read our Welcome Post for access to the group Google Folder. Non-Fiction Astrological Sign. Whats your sign? Use that prompt from below. (Or pick one you like) Aries: Does it pay to be stoic or are you l
  24. Eeeesh..dont like complications poor wifey! Lovely!!!! You really caught my essence💖👏
  25. 🤗 Thanks Lava Wish I could lend you some energy! Wife is better now, with complications. As far as poems, I love poems! Its a very open process. Not helpful, but in a way, its important to know that poems are just writings that make the reader feel and think something. There is no correct form or punctuation, which is why I love poems. You just write what you feel...say for instance, your lack of energy. Lava Sapped of strength In body, not mind Lava crawls on the floor Like all serpent-kind Lava seeks corners and nooks
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