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It’s literally the end of an era.
(30 April 2019)
Here is my Day 30 poem using the napowrimo.net prompt: Write a minimalist poem. I did that yesterday, but I can do another one for today. This one marks the ascension of the new emperor in Japan on May 1st.
Here is my poem for Day 30 using the POETRYisEVERYTHING prompt: Pick out four lines from the last 29 days; incorporate them into a poem that reveals something most people probably do not know about you.
I took this one further—this poem consists entirely of lines from poems I have written over the last 30 days.
I did not expect to be up so early, even though I need to be.
(29 April 2019)
Here is my Day 29 poem using the napowrimo.net prompt: Write a poem that meditates from a position of tranquility on an emotion you have felt powerfully.
I took a minimal approach for this one.
Here is my poem for Day 29 using the POETRYisEVERYTHING prompt: A countdown poem, using gradually decreasing numbers until the last line.
Plans gone awry turn into clean bathroom. Who knew?
(28 April 2019)
Here is my Day 28 poem using the napowrimo.net prompt: Write a meta-poem—a poem about a poem.
Here is my poem for Day 28 using the POETRYisEVERYTHING prompt: Use five verbs and five nouns used in space, astronomy, or rocket science in a poem about another subject.