National Poetry Writing Month 2020, Day 27

Napowrimo.net made me their featured participant today for my Day 26 poem. Woo-hoo!. Meanwhile, I followed the napowrimo.net prompt for Day 27: writing a ‘poetic review of something that isn’t normally reviewed.’ Technically, the subject I chose is being constantly reviewed, but there you go… Continue reading

National Poetry Writing Month 2020, Day 25

Today I went with Chris Jarmick’s prompt for Day 25: ‘This is from Auburn based writer, poet and artist Brendan McBreen:  Include a turtle, two vegetables, three machines, and four colors in a rhyming poem.’ I did not rhyme, but I did fulfill the other requirements. Even included an extra machine. Continue reading

National Poetry Writing Month 2020, Day 24

Today I went with Chris Jarmick’s prompt for Day 24: ‘create a poem primarily made up of just words taken from the book titles you are planning to read.’ Fortunately, I have a lot of books I have yet to read, so this poem is made up of the titles of 22 books. Only my sign-off and the interjection before ‘hope never dies’ are not book titles. Continue reading