Tomorrow is the final day of the challenge! How did we get here? One day at a time; I know, I know.
For today’s prompt, write a haphazard poem. The poem itself could be haphazardly put together, I suppose. But it could also be about a haphazard situation. Or whatever haphazard thing you can bend the poem into.
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Here’s my attempt at a Haphazard Poem:
half the time i write
pops into my
zipping from one
adjective to the next
regardless of any
Robert Lee Brewer has enjoyed writing poems this month, not only on this blog but in his notebooks too. These poem-a-day months always seem to produce more than the 30 poems that make it on the blog. Plus, he's been reading a lot of poetry this time around, including Barton Smock's first traditionally published collection, Ocean Vuong's debut collection, and more.
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