Day 17, everyone. 17 is the number of syllables in a haiku
Robert Lee Brewer suggests, "write an express poem. This might be about an express train or express delivery. It might have something to do with expression painting. However you come at this prompt, be sure to express yourself" (Poetic Asides).
From Maureen Thorson today, "write poems of greeting. There’s lots of things you could greet. The spring? Your new stapler? A favorite classmate? An addition to the menu at your local cafe? The subject’s up to you — now get out there and say 'hello!'" (NaPoWriMo).
I'm taking on Maureen's challenge today and saying "hello" as my first word. Not sure how to work with Robert's prompt because every poem is an "express poem," isn't it? Here goes.
Remembering You Laying Out
Once again, as on
Mark me done for poem #17. A baker's dozen of poems left to go. Won't you comment, please? Look for a blue link below that says "Post a comment"; if you don't see that, look in the red line that says "Posted by" and click on the word "comments." Ingat, everyone.
#amreading: SKELETON HILL, by Peter Lovesey
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