National Poetry Writing Month: Day #21 (April 21, 2014)

For today’s entry, I went with one of the prompts from Kelli Russell Agodon‘s list:

Write a poem with the opposite hand that you write with, or, if you type your poems on the computer, use only one hand to type.

Then I applied one of the random prompts on Language is a Virus:

Systematically derange the language: Write a work consisting only of prepositional phrases, or add a gerund to every line of an already existing work.

I then chose the bits that worked from the two versions, and combined them into today’s poem.

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