Monthly Archives: April 2014

Day 2: NapoWrimo 2014 – Mistletoe Straight Through the Heart

Today’s prompt from NaPoWriMo.net: “There are many good poems based on myths. Lots of these use Greek or Roman myths. Consider Tennyson’s Ulysees or this more modern example by A.E. Stallings. But today I challenge you to write a poem … Continue reading

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Day 1: NaPoWriMo 2014 – My Chagrin

Day1 Prompt: Today, I’d like you to go to Reb Livingston’s Bibliomancy Oracle. Clear your mind, push the button, and then write a poem based on the quotation that the oracle provides. My results: Excise any wasteful habits. You know … Continue reading

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NaPoWrimo: Get Set

I’ve decided to participate in National Poetry Writing Month again, this year. I started with yesterday’s “Get Set” challenge: The prompt for all you early birds is an ekphrastic poem – a poem inspired by or about a work of … Continue reading

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