NaPoWriMo sounds like so much fun,
I’ll write a poem a day and lay out in the sun.
Well, probably not tomorrow,
for the sun is disappearing.
Warm weather is shy, you see,
in the Colorado Spring.
The first year I lived here,
I thought spring would never come,
I thought I’d freeze to death,
before the lilac bushes bloomed.
Never mind all of that, though,
April is the month of poetry,
which I have always loved,
and so I am committing to
write a poem each day,
until we reach the end and
the merry month of May!
Honestly, I hardly ever write poetry in rhyme these days, but I just realized today was the start of NaPoWriMo and this is the first year I’ve participated. Since it’s 9:44 at night, I just did a quick free write. Hopefully, tomorrow’s offering will be better! I’m so excited to be participating this year!
(This is in Texas, not Colorado. It is still mostly brown in Colorado, unfortunately.)
I look forward to the next 29! Happy writing adventure! 🙂
You too! I’ve meant to do this before, but kept missing it somehow!
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Gorgeous photo….hopefully Colorado will get some color for you soon, too…..happy to ‘meet’ you here at NaPoWriMo…I like the authentic voice in your free verse 🙂