Tag: National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month – day 4: Spring

Welcome to Day Four, and the next few days I’ll bring you poems from prompts scavenged from around the internet. Today’s prompt is Spring and it is a triolet poem. Spring That hint of nature’s green past the bitter winter thaw with the air…

National Poetry Month – Day Three: Poetry Flows Like Water

We enter day three, and today’s prompt was Poetry Flows Like Water.Here’s the poem I created. It’s a cascade form. Poetry Flows Like Water Words flow like water,staining stark black on whiteas the poetry fills the page The tide of ink surgesinfinite patterns of…

National Poetry Month – Day two: Screaming Gin and Ignorance

Here we are at day two in April’s National Poetry Month. This year I asked my reader group and Facebook friends to supply me with a list of prompts and they delivered and then some with some interesting and strange ideas. Yesterday I did…

National Poetry Month – Day One: Faith

Okay, I’m back from the dark void to once again begin National Poetry Month. I’m doing okay in the midst of the mad virus situation and I hope these daily poems provide a little entertainment and distraction while we wait out the current situation….

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: Endings

And we have come to the final day of National Poetry Month, and I bring you a poem appropriately titled, Endings. Image by Masashi Wakui from Pixabay   Endings   Standing the rain on the edge of my horizons,   He wanted to talk…