dimanche 5 avril 2015

#NaPoWriMo challenge day one

After a few months needed to settle down a bit in a new place and start a new project of writing in poetry, I come back here with a good reason and new motivation! Here comes April and the sun, let's celebrate eggs party with this poem.

So here it is based on the "optional prompt. Today’s prompt is a poem of negation – yes (or maybe, no), I challenge you to write a poem that involves describing something in terms of what it is not, or not like. For example, if you chose a whale as the topic of your poem, you might have lines like “It does not settle down in trees at night, cooing/Nor will it fit in your hand.” from Maureen Thorson's website.

I came across this website thanks to Debra from website blog, many thanks to her to have shared this with me.

Enjoy everyone.


Egg is not what you think, melted mess when broken
Egg is not made of stone, butter like when fondled softly
You whisper in the flour sweet words, when the eggs come tumbling down
Swiftly making small glue masses in white snow

Egg is more than you think, a nestle for life
Egg is less than you think, yellow glow
Would you break it now for your pleasure
or wait for an amenable time to fry it definitively in a pan?

Egg is not what you think, don't you think?
Easter went in and did his joyous mess
Hunt and fun for kids in the park
Remembrance and sadness for the others

Egg is not what I think, opening the gates
Of what I need to be inside, chocolate and sugar
For sure, I will melt them in a blink of an eye
Egg party has begun in my courtyard


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