NaPoWriMo 11: for mama morrison

I’ve missed a few days, but I’m BACK! Here’s today’s prompt: Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a two-part poem, in the form of an exchange of letters. The first stanza (or part) should be in the form of a letter that you write either to yourself or to a famous fictional or…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 11: for mama morrison

NaPoWriMo 7: family planning

Day 7’s prompt: Today, I’d like to challenge you to pick from two of them – the shadorma, and the Fib. I chose the Fib: 6 lines with each line containing the Fibonacci sequence of syllables — 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 Family Planning It seems more came from last night than just us…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 7: family planning

NaPoWriMo 6: the inheritance

Day 6’s prompt is as follows: Go to a book you love. Find a short line that strikes you. Make that line the title of your poem. Write a poem inspired by the line. Then, after you’ve finished, change the title completely. Here goes! the inheritance here, take this, he said. unfolding my fingers palm…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 6: the inheritance

NaPoWriMo 5: Love (in the) Making

This prompt challenges you to find a poem, and then write a new poem that has the shape of the original, and in which every line starts with the first letter of the corresponding line in the original poem. AND has the same number of syllables in each line. WHEW! Here goes a playful one!…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 5: Love (in the) Making

NaPoWriMo 4: obviously

Today’s prompt: write about an image from Liminal Spaces. Here’s my chosen image: obviously people often ask why she keeps secrets tucked like used tissues in a jean pocket daring anyone to touch them without asking permission. she never replies. simply stares blankly mascara-streaked cheeks telling a story that cannot be heard by anyone who…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 4: obviously