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Stardate Yesterday

by on March 3, 2015


first met her for

drinks. She had Martian rum.

It’s scarce now, since the war. Sad. She

liked it.

The yeahwrite poetry slam this month was cinquains. Five lines, syllables 2-4-6-8-2. I decided to write a vignette about Mr. Stamper, the space otter again. if it works, I might attempt a space otter lanterne. Betcha never read a space otter lanterne before.

  1. I’m not over here getting choked up about the tragic past of a space otter. I’m not.

    • This is why I write, so that people will have emotional reactions about space otters’ tragic backstories. I mean, usually I write comic as I want to make people laugh, but every so often, it’s fun to go tragic. Thank you for the comment. 🙂

  2. I assume a space otter version of Tindr is Timbr. Feel free to use that.

  3. Jennifer G. Knoblock permalink

    Yes. The space otter lanterne must be written.

  4. I love that you not only tackled the form, but you used this week’s ultimate question!

  5. Space otter or not, a poignant piece of loss.

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