Based on today’s prompt: https://www.napowrimo.net/day-twelve-11/.
National Poetry Writing Month 2022, Day 12
My Day 12 poem, based on the prompt at https://www.napowrimo.net/day-twelve-10/. And it’s my second draft, actually—a reaction to my first draft, which was a lot more specific, and more negative than I’d like.
National Poetry Writing Month 2020, Day 12
The napowrimo.net prompt for day 12 is to write a triolet. I adapted the titles of chapters from my mom’s junior-high math book for the A lines. Continue reading
National Poetry Writing Month 2019 Day #12 (pt. 2)
Here is my Day 12 poem using the napowrimo.net prompt: writing about a dull thing you own, and why your love it, or about what it would mean to give away or destroy a significant object.
National Poetry Writing Month 2019 Day #12 (pt. 1)
Here is my poem for Day 12 using the POETRYisEVERYTHING prompt: An acrostic poem using the title of a favorite movie from the year you were born; the poem should have something to do with a childhood memory. (https://chrisjarmick.wordpress.com/2019/04/10/napowrimo-prompts-for-april-10-1112-13-14-plus-some-poems/)
I used Irma la Douce and The Pink Panther. Though neither count as favorites, I have seen both of them, and they both came out in 1963.
National Poetry Writing Month 2018, Day 12
This poem is a slight deviation from the Napowrimo.net prompt for Day 12—‘a haibun that takes in the natural landscape of the place you live.’ I don’t particularly like haibun, a form that consists of prose followed by a haiku. At least, I have never read one that did not bore me within a couple of sentences. Consequently, I have never written one until now.