Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge: All Hallows’ Eve Poetry Slam

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Magnetic Poetry / My Poetry / Quote
I am in truth the Steppenwolf that I often call myself;
that beast astray that finds neither home nor joy nor nourishment
in a world that is strange and incomprehensible to him.
~ Herman Hesse, Steppenwolf ~

Come in. Come in. Admission is free and all are welcomed to join. Don’t be anxious. Or frightened. Step right up to the mic. We’re all friends here at the All Hallows’ Eve Poetry Slam. Your only prompt is to have some slammin’ Kafkaesque fun.

Click HERE to go the online magnetic poetry site. Click HERE to read the guidelines about participating in the Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge. The Slam Wrap Up will be posted on Monday.Β And let us know if Steppenwolf over there starts bugging you. He’ll talk your ear off if you let him.





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  7. Great poem, you really know how to get the most out of these little magnets! I especially like your invite but didn’t do the Halloween theme if that’s OK. I wrote a poem for my sister who hasn’t been too well and as she’s an academic, I called it Language –

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