National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxx: Farewell

based on a prompt written by Jacqueline Saphra, and featured in this group of prompts published back in 2015 by The Poetry Society of the U.K. This prompt challenges you to write a poem in the form of a series of directions … Row, row down the stream Sing softly to rhythm of the oar.…… Continue reading National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxx: Farewell

National Poem Writing Month 2021: Day xxix: Window

A “in the window” poem for National Poem Writing Month 2021 Day 29 prompt. . from my window you can see the sky a bit. from my window last of the trees can be seen waltzing in the summer blazed sun of late morning. the green of the leaves are burning green in color. the…… Continue reading National Poem Writing Month 2021: Day xxix: Window

National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxviii: Virus

Poem of series of questions for the National Poem Writing Month 2021 Day 28 prompt… … What’s makes us the masked vigilante? Is virus fighting against us or is it we against it? What is dreams are made of? What does the dreamt mean? Do the virus dream? What makes a ruler out of a…… Continue reading National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxviii: Virus

National Poem Writing Month 2021: Day xxvii: Roc

Inspired by National Poem Writing Month 2021 Day 27 prompt … inspired by an entry from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. The entries are very vivid – maybe too vivid! But perhaps one of the sorrows will strike a chord with you, or even get you thinking about defining an in-between, minor, haunting feeling that…… Continue reading National Poem Writing Month 2021: Day xxvii: Roc

National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxvi: Binge

A Parody of Shakespeare’s Sonnet xviii (Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?) for National Poem Writing Month 2021 Day 26 prompt of parody. shall I compare you to meditation? keeping us calm in the locked chamber days. rough winds do shakes aged wooden windows, long will be days, summer hath just commenced. sometime…… Continue reading National Poem Writing Month 2021: Poem xxvi: Binge