Cheryl is a poet, freelance writer, author, and former newspaper columnist, with degrees in Psychology and Biblical Studies.
Brenda Artledge inspired me to try Tautogram poetry which is using the same letter for each word.
Delightful dazzling dancing diamond descending.
Dainty delicate dreaming daffodil disappears.
Discouraged disappointed damaged dejected dame depreciating.
Disgruntled despairing devoid delusional disgusted dormant.
Dismissed dismantled dejected devastated depressed.
Diabolical demanding deprived depraved deranged dudes did dastardly deeds.
Distant dissenting dissolved dazed doe.
Daunted drained dissociative discontented.
Desperate destitute despised dangerous doomed.
Dread denial dropping down deep.
Darkness damp dripping drowning dying damned done dead.
Dawn daylight Divine deliverance dauntless darling daughter dancing dreaming.
© 2020 Cheryl E Preston
Carrie Lee Night from Northeast United States on June 05, 2020:
Awesome poem :) This looks challenging. I have never tried this style of poetry, but its time to try :) Thank you for expanding my horizons :) It jumpstarts creativity.
Cheryl E Preston (author) from Roanoke on January 27, 2020:
Thank you Ms. Dora you are so kind.
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on January 27, 2020:
Excellent! What cannot you poets do? I admire you, Cheryl.
BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on January 24, 2020:
So delighted to hear I inspired this beautiful creation of words.
This challenge was quite difficult for me, but you seem to have mastered it quite well.
I love the story you have told.
Congratulations on a job well done.
OLUSEGUN from NIGERIA on January 23, 2020:
Cheryl E Preston (author) from Roanoke on January 22, 2020:
Thank you Lorna it is indeed a challenge
Lorna Lamon on January 22, 2020:
This is not an easy form of writing Cheryl and you have produced a beautiful and poignant piece which tells the story so well. Clever writing - loved it.