Poetry prompt: Mix and match
Below are written couple of words:
sky table spice medicine hope flesh doing escape inevitable immense minuscule golden-brown chew pull face inhale in between cryptic soft people
Write three haikus or very short poems, using in each poem one noun and one adjective from the list above.
I look for one face:
One that softly reflects warmth
As I sit at this cold, marble table
On which immense end shall I search for you?
Countless people, minuscule like chess figures
They defend the king with their burning wooden bodies.
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2 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo: Day 21”
Business in rhyme, isn’t it about time you actually sounded like it?
Chew on this golden brown noun,
you have no rhythm to be found
bang your drum, shout and cry to the sky
beg and plead, asking why, oh why Lord
can it be…
that I’m as musical as a tree leaves rustle
and blow the puzzle apart
I dart aim
and in simple measure take great pleasure in mocking: that whay, hey
try again doll
want to play?
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violins at standby, I’m tapping my beat to an invisible beat, Duel? touche, I want to say
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