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NaPoWriMo Day 28 Prompt for April 28, 2016

April 27, 2016

“The main thing is to write

for the joy of it. Cultivate a work-lust

that imagines its haven like your hands at night

dreaming the sun in the sunspot of a breast.

You are fasted now, light-headed, dangerous.

Take off from here.”

Seamus Heaney

DAY 28  – NaPoWriMo Prompt for  April 28, 2016

Welcome to Day  28 of the NaPoWriMo challenge.  Use these prompts to inspire you to write a poem each and every day of April.

Weather Terms.   Go to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Page glossary of weather terms (a to z glossary here)   Pick some words and phrases to include in the poem you write today -use at least 4 words or phrases.

Have fun!

 

For those living anywhere near Western Washington you might want to look at the new Poetry Day of the Week page that you’ll find in the upper right corner under PAGES.   A couple of times this month you may also find my Poetry Northwest announcements in between the NaPoWriMo posts.

If you post the poems on your blog or anywhere using this prompt… send me a link.

Enjoy!

DAY 1 PROMPT AND POETRY NORTHWEST READINGS EVENTS ETC. IS HERE:

My Day 26  Prompt Poem  (Tongue Twister)

Election Twisters

By Christopher J. Jarmick

A jittery inquiry about Glittery Hillary’s contradictory abilities

at the auxiliary distillery by the rotisserie millary

reveal trickery mystery. Can jittery, Glittery Hillary claim slippery hickory, dickery victory?

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Bernie Sanders’ candor angers standard planner’s slander.

Sander’s banters don’t meander

regarding planner’s manners.

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Trump stumps by the garbage dump

defuses Cruze who muses, infuses, boozes and schmoozes

yet refuses the news he loses.

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