It’s “Poem in your Pocket” day.... Check it out, here!
... aside from writing poetry all month, I’ve been trying to read more poems and find poems that speak to me — having time to do this is definitely a plus to these Pandemic Times — today, I read the saddest & loveliest poem...
The beauty of self-pacing is using poetry prompt for day 22 on day 21... Prompt from NAPOWRIMO.net ...
Our (optional) prompt for the day asks you to engage with different languages and cultures through the lens of proverbs and idiomatic phrases. Many different cultures have proverbs or phrases that have largely the same meaning, but are expressed in different ways. For example, in English we say “his bark is worse than his bite,” but the same idea in Spanish would be stated as “the lion isn’t as fierce as his painting.” Today, I’d like to challenge you to find an idiomatic phrase from a different language or culture, and use it as the jumping-off point for your poem. Here’s are a few lists to help get you started: Idioms and sayings from different cultures
Nonsensically Idiomatic in Nature
Today is a great day to create a great day.
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