NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 29

NaPoWriMo Day 29. Prompt from "Today, I’d like to challenge you to produce a poem that meditates, from a position of tranquility, on an emotion you have felt powerfully. You might try including a dramatic, declarative statement or you might try addressing your feeling directly, as if it were a person you could talk to."
1 more to go. Yeah, we did it. Almost!

NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 28

NaPoWriMo Day 28. Prompt from Write a metapoem or a poem about poetry.

NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 27

NaPoWriMo Day 27. Prompt from "I’d like to challenge you to remix a Shakespearean sonnet. You can pick a line you like & use it as the genesis for a new poem. Or make a “word bank” out of a sonnet, and tlry to build a new poem using the same words (or mostly the same words) as are in the poem. Or you could try to write a new poem that expresses the same idea as one of Shakespeare’s sonnets..."
I don't know if I got that remix vibe right but I did enjoy writing this one. Thank you for reading.

NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 26

The prompt from for Day 26 was to write a poem using repetitions. 

NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 25

NaPoWriMo Day 25. Prompt from "...I’d like to challenge you to write a poem that: Is specific to a season, uses imagery that relates to all five senses (sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell), includes a rhetorical question, (like Keats’ “where are the songs of spring?”)".
I love writing about the rain, but I generally don't engage the senses so this was an interesting prompt.  Favourite subject but different approach. How do you think I did? Do let me know. Love,

NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 24

NaPoWriMo Day 24. Prompt from "Today’s prompt is to write a poem that is inspired by a reference book. Locate a dictionary, thesaurus, or encyclopedia, open it at random, and consider the two pages in front of you to be your inspirational playground for the day.".

The book I opened was the  'Oxford Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms'. And I thought I would give the villanelle form another shot.