Who’s That Girl? – dVerse Form for All – List Poetry, Google-style

Here’s my latest entry into the dVerse Form for All – and the great gods of dVerse must have been smiling on my brain-dead brain this evening – I don’t think I could have coped with having to create a triolet or anything of that nature!

So, list poetry – courtesy of Googlism – I hope you enjoy it! I chose me, Freya, as the subject matter, stripping out the many references to Norse gods and mythology, and the other references that just didn’t grab me.Β  Please visit the other poets’ offerings – they are bound to be fabulous!

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– Who’s That Girl? –

freya is on her way
freya is going out with a bang
freya is a bit different
freya is a trustworthy and loyal character who hides a dark and tragic past
freya is still perched on jackstands in the boat yard
freya is not a very good choice
freya is gone
freya is

35 thoughts on “Who’s That Girl? – dVerse Form for All – List Poetry, Google-style

  1. I sincerely hope you get down off those jackstands in the boat yard, you have more poetics to create for crying out loud. After you & Nico used your first name, I tried mine, and yes, there is a whole Dada poem in there too. This prompt & your poem rocks.

  2. The long line in the middle is quite an interesting one! And I guess Freya is a popular name for boats, in English-speaking countries at least. I enjoyed your combination.

  3. Nice selections–being perched on jackstands in the boat yard doesn’t sound all bad. And maybe Freya is not such a good choice–but the bad choices are always much more fun!

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