NaPoWriMo: Day 16

Poetry prompt: Catch new ideas while redefining the obvious

You pick one word – it can be a word related to your current project you are working on or just some random word you find interesting, attractive or annoying. The purpose of the exercise is in your own words to write down general definition, widely accepted meaning of the word.

Sound of you

the plates are rattling at the kitchen table
as water rustles in the sink.
Soft rubbing of a tea towel prevents water dripping.

Pattering, sputter of a shoelace on the wooden floor
and hurry of a zipper.

Silence.

Sudden kiss on my ear like soft touch of a Tinker Bell.
That’s the sound of you.


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