Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Wednesday April 27, 2011 NaPoWriMo Day #27/Big Tent Poetry/ Signed...bkm



Today bkm has published the Myth of the Red Moccasins, which she wrote for the Red Shoes Artists Book Project. I hope you will go to her site and read her wonderful piece. http://signedbkm.blogspot.com/

And I especially want to thank Barbara for participating in the project. She is a very special writer, and I am so pleased she is participating.




Image from the internet.

NaPoWriMo Day #27

Big Tent Prompt: Poem about Mason Jars

A Collection in a Marson Jar
The typos have been
Collected into
The mason jar
Turn the page
Glaring
Staring
Overlooked
and
Angry

The princess in her finery
Hesitates to take a step
The tea is laid
Letters in a row
The mason jar overflows
Glaring
Staring
Overlooked
and
Angry

The roller coaster
Begins its' slow assent
Stitches made
March along the edge
The finger is pierced
Red Blood drops
Onto the snow
Glaring
Staring
Overlooked
and
Angry

The typos tumble
Performers all
The lights come up
Masters of illusion
Like weeds in the garden
Snuggle up to favorite plants
Want to stay
Want to be loved
Glaring
Staring
Overlooked
and
Angry

10 comments:

  1. I love this one, the typos,"performers all", the princess, tea all laid out.......wonderful flight of fancy!

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  2. Thank you Annell I have many a mason jar filled with typos. A great place to keep them... bkm

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  3. Now I want to fill a mason jar... or two.

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  4. Love the repetition in this poem, Annell.

    Pamela

    Barb is a fine poet!

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  5. Being a Typo most of my life, I really love this poem. Thank you.

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  6. Welcome to my blog


    http://my-way-here.blogspot.com/

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  7. typos, illusions, fairy tales, and anger:
    sounds like my brain

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  8. Lots of emotions, twists and turns... an enjoyable read!

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  9. Great idea, personalizing those typos! Like it!

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  10. Terrific - a Mason jar of typos...nicely done!

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