Monthly Archives: April, 2013

NaPoWriMo Day 29 Prompt 30

I was just thinking that I would put this aside until later… and as soon as I decided that, a poem jumped at me… From Chirs: “PROMPT 30 The End. Write a good ending poem. The last poem in a yet to be published collection of poems by YOU….the last time you write a poem …

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NaPoWriMo Day 28 Prompt 29

A flicker-thought of lightning he was so intent on reading between the lines he forgot to read what the lines actually said and from chris: “Prompt 29 NONE…. Do I mean there’s no prompt? No I don’t. Do I mean you can write whatever you want? You can always write about anything you want. React. …

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NaPoWriMo Day 27 Prompt 28

From Chris Jarmick: “Prompt 28—Get it wrong. Write a poem that embraces or argues a philosophy or belief that is completely different from what you believe or how you see things. Notice I say embrace and accept this attitude and way of looking at life as if it is truth. See if you can write …

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NaPoWriMo Day 26 Prompt 27

from Chris Jarmick: “Prompt 27—I contend poetry is the most intimate of Arts. Often in its themes, voices, subjects and when it is performed for an audience it seeks honesty, it goes deep. Accept this premise and write a poem about the intimacy of poetry.” The NaPoWriMo prompt is to write an erasure. In an …

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NaPoWriMo Day 25 Prompt 26

Watching cable news, and came up with this: If you don’t like smart-ass comments, you shouldn’t make dumb-ass statements. And even better than that, (not surprisingly): “Keep away from people who try to belittle your dreams. Small people always do that, but the really great ones make you feel that you too, can become great.” …

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NaPoWriMo Day 24 Prompt 25

From Chris Jarmick: “Prompt 25– Write a train poem. Focus on trains. At their peak more than 254,000 miles of track connected goods, services and people. Trains made the settling of our country possible. Your poem can be about a train trip, an encounter with a train, the history of trains, the memory of trains—in …

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NaPoWriMo Day 23 Prompt 24

“Prompt 23—Images. There are thousands of instant recognizable images from advertising, videos, movies, art works, news programs that are instantly recognizable. Use one or more of these in a unique way in an original poem.” — Chris Jarmick a baseball through my kitchen window what a day to come home to and a mess my …

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NaPoWriMo Day 22 Prompt 23

from Chris Jarmick: “Prompt 23 Make a short conversation– poetic. Create a short conversation and paying attention to meter and/or rhyme make it a poem.” so I just watched The Good The Bad and The Ugly waa waa waa and I am thinking that there are two kinds of people in the world those who …

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NaPoWriMo Day 21 Prompt 22

Apaap! Apaap! Apaap! A Prompt About Acronyms Poem ! I guess I’m finished. or not, I did say Apaap! three times, so I guess that means I have two more acronym poems to go. life is a Picnic when working tech support people want answers to questions they answer when asking the question more often …

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NaPoWriMo Day 20 Prompt 21

from Chris, and its early too: “Prompt 21 — Write a poem about a place you’ve never been. Mention famous landmarks and point of interest as if they evoke particular detailed memories. By the way the place doesn’t have to even exist in the physical world either. Have fun with it.” …sounds kinda familiar… and …

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