NaPoWriMo: Almost Late With 28

28 Apr

I was waiting for inspiration… and waiting… I have had to resort to my wrote it a couple of days ago from something Hannah G said poem. I was holding onto it for emergencies like jelly brain. Thank you, Hannah :-).

Dissect an image
capture its essence in words
pin it to a poem.


Posted by on 28/04/2013 in exercises, poetry, writing


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7 responses to “NaPoWriMo: Almost Late With 28

  1. Hannah Gosselin

    28/04/2013 at 5:14 pm

    Yay!!! I LOVE this!!! I’m so glad to know I was a helper for you today, Margo, thank you for making me smile!! 🙂

  2. julespaige

    28/04/2013 at 5:22 pm

    a haiku that is worth 1,000 words 🙂

    I’ve other postings in the works but this daily, part haiku, also uses this weeks Wordle from the Sunday Whirl… I’ll just post the renga…

    rare transparent march
    saw thin grubs harrowing low
    along with all life…

    winter’s oath could borrow not
    the guess of summers’ warm sun

    either soon spring must
    quicken my cold hearts pace or
    my marrow shall freeze

    Off to catch up on some more reading…

    • margo roby

      28/04/2013 at 5:23 pm

      What fun, Jules. I keep forgetting to try this with a wordle. Must. Make. Note.

      • julespaige

        28/04/2013 at 5:34 pm

        While it may seem that my muse is inexhaustible – I too grow a bit weary – so I did my daily and the wordle together. But then I remembered I also had another flash fiction photo prompt to attend to. I’m having fun with those too. So much so that I’ve started limiting my story Sunday Whirl pieces to 100 words for the last few weeks.

        One week with using the title I stuffed all the the remaining 11 words into an 11 word Elfje. 🙂

        • siggiofmaine

          28/04/2013 at 6:16 pm

          you are soooo innovative…and I am such a stuck in the mud…
          I love you taking excess 11 words and writing an elfje.

          Thank you for sharing

    • siggiofmaine

      28/04/2013 at 6:13 pm

      I really like the idea of using the wordle words for a change of pace, mind set…great Idea.
      Thanks for sharing.


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