Skald in fuþark runes © RedCat
In my quiver I carry
A ladle arrow to marry An arrow of rose thorns For those to be scorned Of mistletoe a small dart For those with fickle hearts And last but not least A javelin in pen shape Bardic calling without escape © REDCAT
By now the
Quadrille is one of my favourite forms. But tonight’s archive wander shows my first ever attempt of the form. In October 2019.
44 words for De Jackson’s prompt
Quadrille #90 – We’re all a-quiver on dVerse.
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RedCat is a lifelong bookworm, that thinks reading, writing poetry and prose, music and dance, makes life worth living.
Her writing spans any topic that currently inspires her, be that love, life, environment, mythology or anything else that pops into her head.
Originally from the deep woods, this fiery redhead now makes home in Stockholm, Sweden, where you might run into her dancing the night away in one of the city's techno-clubs.
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Wednesday 8 September, 2021
Couplet, dVerse, Photo Prompt, Poem, Poetry, Quadrille, Re-post, Rhymes, Runes, Wandering the Archives Wednesday
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