Tag: septolet

National Poetry Month Day 29: Forgotten Things

It’s a two for one special today, with a double poem based on the prompt, Forgotten Things. Forgotten Things Yesteryearin rose colourWistfulfor the old days Child labourRepressed rightsSubjugation ~*~ Technologyacross the worldAbundantfree communication Abused speechdrowning compassionin white noise.

National Poetry Month – Day 29: Two Poems

Today you get two poems, because I cannot count how many days there are in April and ended up with 31 prompts. So, the two prompts are steely gaze and dearth of toilet paper. The poems forms are septolet and haiku. Steely Gaze Staringin… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 29: Two Poems”