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NaPoWriMo Day16 – Prompt for April 16, 2015

April 15, 2015

Welcome to Day 16  of NaPoWriMo.  A very interesting blog you might be interested in checking out is Poetry Has Value written by Los Angeles poet, professor and book club facilitator Jessica Piazza.  Back in January she started a ‘Journals that Pay’ list.   Check it out.

 DAY 16  – NaPoWriMo Prompt for  April 16, 2015 

Write a  Rondel.  3 Stanzas,  Thirteen lines, two rhymes, the first line will be repeated twice, the second line once.

It looks like this

  1. A cat   (refrain 1)
  2. B no    (refrain 2)
  3. B go
  4. A bat
  1. A rat
  2. B so
  3. A cat (refrain 1)
  4. B no  (refrain 2)
  1. A sat
  2. B throw
  3. B grow
  4. A hat
  5. A cat (refrain 1)

A little tricky but not too hard to create one.   Have at it.

NAPOWRIMO PROMPT 14 POEMS

Prompt 14  suggested you write an Anaphora poem  (I wrote 2 for this one…)

 Eat a Bug

By Christopher J. Jarmick

Go see Cal

Go see Cal

He’ll get you the best deal

on a new or used car or truck

or he’ll eat a bug.

“I’ll eat a bug.”

–   –   –

“Eat a bug?”

“Dare you to eat a bug…”

“Why?”

“I knew you wouldn’t do it”.

“Aww hell!  I’ll show you…

I’ll eat a bug.”

Eat a bug

Cookbook.

Director Stuart Gordon’s brother

wrote the bug cookbook

Dared talk show hosts to

‘Eat a bug.’

Mmmm surprise, surprise

Good to

eat a bug.

–  –  –

Stuart wrote and directed

cult gore-fest Re-Animator

Brother got him to

eat a bug.

He now believes.

– –  –

Says: ” c’mon,

eat a bug’

Not so bad to

eat a bug

Sometimes good to

Eat a Bug.

Learn how to

Eat a bug.”

–  –  –

Sure, I muse

Eat a bug/

Why not

eat a bug?

Lot of people

around the world

Eat bugs

May’be even I

might like to

eat a bug

– – –

They say:  “Better to

eat a bug

Than a cow

chicken or pig

–  –  –

Solution to global warming?

Eat a bug.

–  –  –

Fix ‘em right

supposedly as good as lobster;

shell on outside

exoskeleton ants;

makes sense.

–   –  –

“Okay?

Now will you

eat a bug?”

–   –  –

Well, to survive in wilderness

some really have to

eat a bug.

Doesn’t seem too ridiculous to

eat a bug.

But I’d rather not

Eat a bug

–   –  –

You go ahead and

eat a bug.

Let Chef Gordon

eat a bug.

Make crazy car-dealin’ Cal

eat a bug.

–   –   –

I just don’t want to

so I’m not going to

eat a bug.

Anaphora Phart  or  Just a Poem about Farts

By Christopher J. Jarmick

He

fart.

You

fart.

I

fart.

Oh yes, even she

fart.

–  –  –

Big loud

fart.

Silent but Deadly

fart.

Baby

fart

Wet and Juicy

fart.

Presidential

fart.

Frat boy beer

fart,

Dog

fart,

Monkey

fart.

Car

fart.

Pussy

fart.

He who smelt it, dealt it

fart.

In denial

fart.

Church pew, won’t know its me

fart.

–   –   –

Rich folk pass gas

Common folk toot

Kings and nobleman have flatulence

in other words they all

fart

–   –  –

Comic punchline

fart.

Lingering smelly

fart.

Who just died

fart,

Loss of control

fart.

Discreet public

fart.

Previous occupant in elevator

fart.

Guy walks into a bar

fart.

Under the sheets, dutch oven

fart.

–   –   –

Mouth burps,                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ass  farts

–  –  –

It’s a gas, gas, gas

fart

Vinyl chair or

Whoopee cushion

fart.

Gassiness, bombast by any other name,

is still a

fart.

What me

fart?

Who me

old fart?

fart

–   –   –

Call it

Barking spider back draft

barn burner Air biscuit,

back-end blow out,

bench warmer, blast

or

blat, blurt, blurp, bomber,

bottom burp, booty belch

bubbler, burner,

or breaking wind,

Brown thunder, bull snort

butt bazooka, butt Sneeze, butt trumpet

butt tuba, or cheek squeak

or

cut the cheese, colon bowlin’

cornhole clap,

or droppin stink bombs,

truth be tol’ all refer to

fart.

–   –  –

Duck call, fanny frog

fecal fume, fizzler, frump

flauts, grunt, gurgler, hiss,

fire in the hole, end zone fumble

heinie hiccup, grundle rumble

Hot wind honker, One-man salute,

Bronx cheer, panty burp, power puffer, poof

putt-putt, rattler, rasberry, methane leak

Ripper or Ripass.

The word you seek is

fart.

Rump ripper, roar from the rear

sphincter whistle, squeaker,

stale wind,

shart, sinker, thurp, taint tickle,

toot, toot tootsie

stinky pie, trouser cough

My oh my it’s still a

fart

– –  –

Go ahead if you must call it

turd tremor, tear ass, wallop whiff

tushy tickler wopper, zipper bust,

back fire, hot breeze on the fjord

the thunder from down under

blame it on creaky board,

still a

fart.

–  –  –

On 1946’s Great Crepitation Contest

novelty recording from Canada

Paul Boomer vrs Lord Windesmere

competed in an international contest,

Call it  freep, fog horn, flooper, foof,

fissler, fuzzler, flutterblast

tillblow fundusbreak

calico, slider, ruff,

paradiddle or

dreaded plotcher

it still equals,

pull my finger,

fart

–   –   –

One Fart

He Fart

Two Fart

You Fart

Three Fart

I Fart

Four fart

She fart

Five Fart

We fart

–  –  –

Let me conclude

with special request;

next time

PLEASE

before I start,

Go  OUTSIDE

if you must

fart,

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

Teresa’s Prompt 14 Anaphora Poem

Away

By Teresa Jarmick

While you were away,

The coffee grinder didn’t make a mess and

The dishwasher ran every other night.

While you were away,

The refrigerator hummed and

The Voice was silent.

While you were away,

The commute was short and

The time at home was long.

While you were away,

I waited.

Writers Digest Poem a Day Prompt 14

Two for Tuesday  honest poem or dishonest poem

(or both)…

Poem Starter  41,258

By Christopher J. Jarmick

Carefully

our words manifest

rehearsed truths.

trumpet our voices,

bypass reality.

-and-

Plagiarist Amongst Us

by Christopher J. Jarmick

Really bad timing

for plagiarist rhyming,

Poets like ‘real’;

dishonest to steal.

Thief easy to catch

with word search match.

Silly fool

must think it’s cool

or perhaps its the money

or the fame

that’s to blame

’cause it sure ain’t funny.

Teresa’s Prompt 13

Erasure Poem

 Erasure Health

By Teresa Jarmick

Greetings,

bug parade,

Range

Of diseases, intensive care,

Consultation Practices

And

Rigorous adherence to

Optimal health.

Teresa’s Prompt 12 Poem

B Movie titles from 1951 to 1964

Dracula Dreamin’

By Teresa Jarmick

I wanted him to be my hero;

caped, moody & dangerous.

the hounds of the Baskervilles

chased him over the moors, out of

my dreams.

Sherlock, I wanted him to be my hero;

caped, moody & dangerous.

King Kong versus Godzilla, Mothra versus Godzilla,

not even Jason and the Argonauts could steal

the fleece from his head.

Enjoy,

Keep Writing,

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