fibonacci, napowrimo 2021, Poetry

21.welcome

back
by
demand
spring arrives
asleep in winter
it’s a slow stretch to summer’s warmth
melting waters flow
calling dawn
bare trees
grow
buds

napwrimo day 21. was glad to pick a nice form of poetry, Fibonacci.
2021 April PAD Challenge. take the phrase “(blank) Me,” replace the blank with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then, write your poem. Possible titles include: “Tell Me,” “Forgive Me,” and/or “You’ve Got to Believe Me.” Of course, feel free to bend the rules and have a title like “Home Sweet Ho(me)” or “Pick a The(me).”

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dVerse, MLMM, Poetry, quadrille

19.happiness

one particular day it happened
listening to that song
over and over again
I want to make it with you
an eight track cassette playing repeatedly
by sunset I was done
so bothered i was
i started imagining myself
chucking it out the window

napowrimo day 19. it’s flying by
MMLM Music Challenge No 180..i want to make it with you
d Verse Quadrille No 180…bother

poets note: this particular day was a memory pulled right outta my head hat after reading about that particular song by bread. a long day and a long drive heading north in the oz desert.

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napowrimo 2021, Poetry

15.blue.story

last night’s big moon
clear, blue, bright
luminosity of light
brimming bubbling beautiful

last night’s stars
a love poem relation
twinkling in silence
proclaims the postcard

last night’s breeze
yesterday’s sun shine
a sun burnt face
feeling the flame

morning’s first curtain call
panoramic portal
cuddling close cohesion
dawdling dawn serenade

first light lingering
the warmth of a window
dew dancing delight
settles on the overgrown grasslands
baptized my backyard

napowrimo day 15. 2021 April PAD challenge. write a (blank) story.

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fibinacci, napowrimo 2021, Poetry

14.warmth

sun
warmth
eyes closed
bright blue sky
drifting white feather
anchorless weight mainstay flight
butterfly wings, there’s only seven days of living

napowrimo 2021 day 14. Over at 2021 April PAD Challenge write a poem inspired only by stimulus from where you’re sitting (or standing, if you write will standing). today i was able to sit in the sun and relax. my face is now on fire from the wind and sun. it was a beautiful busy day.

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