Posts filed under: National Poetry Month

Day 7: NaPoWriMo – Tritina For The Ox

The Ox I awoke this morning stretching like an elongated eel. Looking in the mirror, I saw a former strong ox. Broken down, I felt miserable. Why do I wake up... Read More

Day 6: NaPoWriMo – I Have A Bone To Pick

My Beef Grief For one year you did lay dormant, silvery skin unexposed against frozen bones broken by a blade. Unwrapping you from your protective ice, I eased your temperament... Read More

Day 5: NaPoWriMo – A Seed By Any Other Name

I gaze in your maize and smell your inflorescence. You’re my Obsession. For Day 5 of National Poetry Writing Month, the napowrimo.net prompt is to spend some time taking a look... Read More

Day 4: NaPoWriMo – The Cruelest Month

A Month To Forget I cannot lie, I hate the month of July. She was the month I was born She is the month that I’m torn. As thirty-one days of... Read More

Day 3: NaPoWriMo – A Fan Letter

The Purloined Letter Dearest Mr. Poe, This morning, The Black Cat, the one that had The Premature Burial, presented An Engima. At first, I thought it was The Angel of The... Read More

A Plush Carpet

A blanket of snow. My memories carpeted. Fall leaves discovered. This haiku was in response to the Baffled Haiku Challenge on Twitter where the challenge word of the day is... Read More

Day 1: NaPoWriMo – A Lune Poem

An Apple A Day Keeps Bad Thoughts At Bay I seek to nibble Bits, bites, bytes On a Macintosh. I dream of her juice Delicious Smells of Ambrosia. My forbidden... Read More

Sip The Day Away

I’ve Spring in my sip. I stop to smell the coffee. Sip sliding away.... Read More

Breath It All In

In the woods alone. There’s no forest just the trees. Four deep breathed swallows.... Read More

Erase Yourself

Erase your ease and your comfort. Life is not always pink roses.... Read More