Tag: chant

National Poetry Month Day 23: Stone Eater

A fantasy poem today. Stone Eater It is whisperedin legendthe bedrock crumbles beforethe Devourer of Worlds It is believedby somehe comes in punishment,the Devourer of Worlds We were rightWe knowthe universe trembles beforethe Devourer of Worlds

National Poetry Month Day 15: Traditions

Apparently I’m in a controversy mood this month with another thought-provoking poem. Traditions Don’t change our waysWe need our traditionsRespect our forbearersWhile the hanging rope swings from the tree We have the right to bear armsWe have the right to be heardWe must preserve… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month Day 15: Traditions”

National Poetry Month Day 5: Adoring Insults

Here’s my poem for day 5. Adoring Insults A brandy cocktailand the cutting laughterAdoring insultsas your friends look on Out on the townA subtle roving eyeAdoring insultsas she watches you Too much wineand fewer invitationsAdoring insultsas hearts turn bitter Familiarity out of styleResentful recriminationsAdoring… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month Day 5: Adoring Insults”

National Poetry Month – Day 28: Scream in the Wind

Today the prompt is, scream in the wind, and for the form I return to the chant. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay  Scream in the Wind Shall the gods comedown from the mountainwith the cold winter snowtheir fury unabatedand scream within the wind Shall the gods… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 28: Scream in the Wind”

National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared

Today’s prompt was, bears make me scared, and for the form, I went with a chant poem. Original Image by Bruno /Germany from Pixabay  Bears Make Me Scared Mommy says I need a friendto take away the shiversand make the shadows not go booOne to end all… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared”