NaPoWriMo 2018: Day 22 – Just because you don’t believe in it , Doesn’t mean it can’t happen… Nothing’s Impossible
Our craft resource for the day is a series of reflections by Wesley McNair on “indirect entry” into a poem. McNair writes of inviting mystery and uncertainty into our poems, both with respect to the writing process and the finished work. And now for our daily prompt (optional as always). I’ve found this one rather useful in…
World Poetry Day : Do Your Bit Now!Let’s Save Ourselves. The Earth Can Take Care of Itself!
Had written this poem in 2017. Felt the need to re-post it today on World Poetry Day after reading the papers. A massive glacier “The Totten Glacier”, the size of France is slowly moving from Antarctica in the ocean. It is much larger than was thought earlier and could wreak havoc when it melts. Then…
NaPoWriMo Day 22: Save Yourself! The Earth Can Take Care of Itself!
National Poetry Writing Challenge, Day 22 is to write a georgic poem in honor of Earth Day. The georgic could be a simple set of instructions on how to grow or care something, but it could incorporate larger themes as to how land should be used (or not used) or for what purposes. Notes – 1)Shalom…