NaPoWriMo Day 25 – Prompt for April 25, 2015

April 24, 2015

Welcome to Day 25  of NaPoWriMo.  And then there were six.  The last catch-up weekend is here! This is the last Saturday Prompt for April 2015 —already.

DAY 25  – NaPoWriMo Prompt for  April 25, 2015

Acronyms.  Write a poem that is at least 25 words.  Can you write one that is 20%  Acronyms.  One where every 5 words is an acronym?  Remember an acronym is an abbreviation that is pronounced as if it is a word. . . I.R.S. (or IRS), U.S.A. and U.N. aren’t acronyms because in usage we pronounce each letter.


Write an intersection poem

Interstellar for 2 Year Olds

By Christopher J. Jarmick

Here. On this spot where I stand,

where my feet touch the ground.

Here on this spot, mark it with x

with a sharpie, it writes on everything so. . .

Here is the center of my earth, because

from this spot are equal distances as the crow flies

back to this spot, back to

here, the center of the universe.

Writers Digest Poem a Day Prompt 23 Poem

Write a history poem

House History

By Christopher J. Jarmick

In this old house,

now empty

after 50 years,

you were once young,


and nearly innocent.

Life was

right and wrong, hot and cold

Good and bad, wet and dry

fun or boring.

And Dad was either at work

or ‘to be left alone.’

The little twig

of a forsythia bush

became as tall as a small tree

as wide as a small hedge.

Still there,

long after you



is important.

It teaches.

You can avoid

repeating mistakes

if you learn from the past.

Sell the old house,


I learned too much,

too quickly.

Now it’s time to



Keep Writing


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