003-Apr-2015 NaPoWriMo Poems Day 8 and Day 9
of Haiku and Related Forms
- Digital Drawing and Painting
- Zazzle Postcard Size
- 4.25 x 5.6 Inches @ 300 ppi
- iPad 2
- Zen Brush App
- Desk Top iMac
- Epson Perfection V300 Photo Scanner
- Scanned Page of Adventures of Don Quixote De La Mancha with no Copyright
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 12
Day 8: Palinode. . . or retracting an earlier poetic statement. i.e. changing my mind. possibly in an ode form?? or not? and. backtracking. . . .
Walking Backward into the Face of Hard Words
retracing my steps. to a choice never taken. a do-over path. I wish. to never. be. on. again. with the sleep of night. a distance gathering around the edges. a shattered glass vase. I scuff out the marks. and remarks. of spoken. and unspoken words.
etched. into the petals. of memory. an exact replica. of words I retract. and double back. on. into another day. or the day before. once again. and double up. or double down. on. these words—retraction.
this whirling sound
regathering the words
Day 9: visual poetry
The Meditation of Haiku and Related Forms Poetry (the above image)
reaching toward infinity
April is NaPoWriMo (National—which includes International—Writing Poetry Month). You can follow the prompts or write as your muse otherwise considers appropriate. The prompt posts are informative and revealing. Resources and samplings are often linked in the post. And the prompts. . . . are sure to ripple your thought process about poetry as well as widen your wow Here: NaPoWriMO.