NaPoWriMo Day 7 Poetry Prompt Write a love poem to an inanimate object Coffee Rings You’re strong and earthy and aromatic You’re romantic and lovely You’re heaven or rather my idea of heaven And you go with every other thing I hold dear in my life You are a part of it all… Coffee as […]
Day 4 – Write a lune. From NaPoWriMo site. She knows secrets She hides them in boxes And boxes burst. http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/16036 Day 5 – Poetry exercise – Making Metaphors from Stacie Naczelnik’s Hubpages. The dilapidated castle of superstition. The feral cat of despair. The pale sister of courage. The beguiling lover of fury. The abandoned […]
Using the NaPoWriMo site again tonight for inspiration. This one was fun and silly and whimsical and really just what I needed tonight! Prompt: Write a charm. A Cure for Verbal Tics Gathering seeds from the summer poppy And some wool from the sheep called floppy A toothpick from my favorite diner And shavings from […]
http://soundcloud.com/sarahdooleymusic/2-peonies Discovered Sarah a couple weeks ago on the Public Radio Morning Show. Enamored!
As I get into the swing of NaPoWriMo I am using the NaPoWriMo site for some inspiration. Day 1’s prompt reads like this… Using Reb Livingston’s Bibliomanacy Oracle, clear your mind, push the button, and write a poem inspired by your reading. My Reading From Prayer to Ruth Stone by Kelly Cockerbam “This scum, cursing […]
April is National Poetry Writers Month (NaPoWriMo) and so I will attempt to write a poem a day for the next 28 days. On April 1 I began with my first attempt at Haiku. It is a little off syllabically but, in fact, I myself am a work in progress so here it is. April […]