The D poem.
Holding the painter at arm’s length (a poem)
This started out as a shadorma, but I reworked the first couple of stanzas, which led to what I now have.
The inconsequential daydreams of a cracked shell (a poem)
I don’t know what this is, but I wrote it anyway.
Happy for the day (a poem)
I was doing other stuff, so this was all I wrote yesterday…
NaPoWriMo 2015, Day 5: Political Science (c. 2015) (a poem)
Today’s NaPoWriMo.net prompt is a bit tricky. It involves taking an Emily Dickinson poem, stripping out all the line breaks, re-breaking the lines, and adding and subtracting words. I chose to use her poem The World is not Conclusion, turning it into a commentary on the current state of American politics…
A few thoughts on the subject of gravity (a poem)
Starting with a chance line heard while watching a TV show… Continue reading
Running on empty (a poem)
The January 14th prompt in The Daily Poet, by Kelli Russell Agodon and Martha Silano, is to write a poem that consists of one run-on sentence—commas okay, but no colons or semi-colons. I hate run-on sentences, but I figured I’d give this one a shot.
I ended up, more or less, with a prose poem. I don’t like prose poems, but breaking this one up into lines and stanzas didn’t make sense, so I will just let it be…