Ah, how sweet it is! The first acceptance of the year comes from the Quarterday Review for their Imbolc issue. (The editor also offered candid feedback from her and her staff readers, so that was very helpful. It's always interesting to see what other readers focus on when reading your poems.)
They accepted my latest ghazal Maid Marian's Many Silences! This poem was inspired by the film "Robin and Marian" starring Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn which must have made an impression on me since I have never forgotten it! Contrary to most portrayals, this film showed an older Robin Hood and Maid Marian.
Right now I'm working on a free verse poem entitled Plague Graffiti and another one about Joan of Arc. I guess I'm sort of mentally stuck in the Middle Ages right now!