For today’s prompt, write a location poem. The poem can be about a location, but it doesn’t have to be. It could also just incorporate a location into the poem (like a love poem in Paris or something). This poem could also state your feelings about location in general.
Here’s my attempt:
“Don’t let the heat escape”
There’s something holy about my morning
ritual shower. Hot water cleanses
and wakes me to the possibilities
of the day. But I have to close the door
to steam the mirrors, so I cannot see
my reflection when I re-emerge clean.
Follow me on Twitter @robertleebrewer
(And remember that you can Tweet your progress on Twitter using the #novpad hashtag.)
Write metrical poetry with the assistance of Writing Metrical Poetry, by William Baer, featuring step-by-step instruction and non-intimidating guidance.