P-I-P * or A Poet’s Process

*POETRY-IN-PROGRESS
Cursor stabs on blank white screen
While “What will I write today?” loudly screams
(of course-screams are LOUD, unless, they’re silent)                                                                                             
screamWrithes Twists and thrashes about, bounces around my cerebral cortex

screaming                  screams                                                                                       Then – as if by majic majick magic, from a spotless the bare background          The answer appears – check rhymezone.com – rhymes for ground – even though they’re so obvious – aren’t they?                                                                                   Head in hands – hands on head – it’s the moment  every writer dreads head/dreads-nope-that won’t do, yet you expect it to work with screen/screams 

This is madness, insanity. It’s insane!
I’m hot, I’m thirsty, I’m hungry – Calgon Take Me Away-
*CRACK* *sound of whip in my head*
#**#%%@* translated means … hmmm…what could it mean??? 

-GOT IT-

Cursor stabs on blank white screen
While “What will I write today?” twists unseen
in my brain.
Head in hands – hands on head –
it’s what most poets have come to dread;
it’s
insane!
When from center PC – nine words appear
Out of thin air – making it clear

“OUT TO LUNCH – BACK IN EIGHT”
signed:
YOUR MUSE
P.S.
Take a walk. I might be late.

Not only is it National Poetry Writing Month, but the DPChallenge this week was all about using space. I still don’t have the space thing down yet, but the poetry is chugging along. It’s not to late to join in. So, what have you got?

 

About Donna Gwinnell Lambo-Weidner

I am an adventure seeking ponderer of the mysteries of the universe, writer of children's books (represented by Stephen Fraser of the Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency), and lover of anything involving armor, archery, or swashbuckling.
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4 Responses to P-I-P * or A Poet’s Process

  1. Lyn says:

    Love it! Donna, that was a very creative piece of fun 😀

    Like

  2. Vic says:

    interesting.

    Like

  3. Anne-Marie Charest says:

    AWESOME

    Like

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