A bit of a reference to a Sei Shonagon's list style poem and because I'm feeling very grateful for my wonderful husband.
This 5-days-a-week work from home + school in the evenings is killer on the thumbs. Prompt credit: Amy Kay Poetry
Lovable, fantastic, individual quirks.
Prompt credit: Amy Kay Poetry
Hate to break it to ya', Millennial does not equal youths. We've got mortgages, car payments, 401ks. So, as a reminder, here are other things that have been around for thirty-five years. Credit for 1985 history: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1985.html
Today's poem was very fun to write. It's another prompt from Amy Kay Poetry and it's a poem in the style of Chelsea Coreen's "The Patron Saint of Drunk Girls at Homecoming Dances".
Hey Mrs. Malecki - hope you're doing great. :) Thanks a bunch!
Prompt credit: Amy Kay Poetry who gave the prompt to write a poem as a letter to someone.
Prompt credit: Amy Kay Poetry. Book credit: Lois Bujold McMaster and her book: The Sharing Knife: Beguilement. Love credit: my husband <3
I'm learning lessons every day. Here's some lessons I learned many years ago in Venezuela. Prompt credit: Amy Kay Poetry
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Happy Monday! Here's a short poem for you based on the prompt from Amy Kay Poetry.
Today I sorted through mementos in my closet and remembered all the places I've gone and where I've been lucky enough to return to. We haven't been able to leave the house much as we're trying to do our best to contain COVID19 and so it got me thinking of all the times I've left the house. Shout out to Amy Kay Poetry for prompt to use a repeating line "anaphora".
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I love love and this poem is for my love.
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A really fun prompt from Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram has led to today's poem. She encouraged us writing for national poetry month to "make up a new word".
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Today's poem is from a super fun prompt from Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram and I learned a bit of history! It's a type of poetry invented by a woman named Sei Shonagon who was born in Japan in 966 C. E.. You can read more about her here.
Amy Kay Poetry's prompt was write instructions for something and I missed sibling day the other day and tonight I watched the latest version of "Little Women", so I wrote this for my sisters.
Today's poem inspired by both Amy Kay Poetry and the dictionary's word of the day. I wasn't going to write to Amy Kay's prompt and then the word of the day just fit, so I did.
Lot of predictions being made right now and always about just about everything. I loved picking the "question in a song" from Amy Kay Poetry's prompt today for National Poetry Month. I picked Third Eye Blind's "How's It Gonna Be?". Here's my answer to their question in the form of a poem.
Around 3 pm I got a migraine. I managed to keep working and after work had to lay down. I think too much screen time so you get another short and sweet.
Prompt from Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram (not me!!) is to write a collum lune poem which is a simple form poem of 3 lines, first line three words, second line is five words, and the third line is three words. She then gave helpful instructions to go get a book, turn to page 22 and use the 3rd or 4th word in my poem. The word I found was "barbarian". I was thinking about who seems foreign to me as if they are from a different world and I happen to peruse the internet and see some acquaintances of mine express doubt about climate change. That person may as well be speaking "barbar". I don't understand them.
Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated humanist, MBA, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018, 2020, and half of 2023 by posting an original poem daily to this blog. She teaches yin and vinyasa weekly at Green Lotus Yoga in Lakeville, Minnesota and chimes in here from time to time with musings and rhymes.