I’m going to be trying to do NaPoWriMo this year. NaPoWriMo, or National Poetry Writing Month, is an annual project in which participating poets attempt to write a poem a day for the month of April.
I’m not going to try to try anything deep or philosophical for it, just some light fluff that flows easily from my fingers. Rhyme, not reason. And maybe not even rhyme. 🙂
So, anyway, here is my first one:
The sun is shining, Spring is here. Gone are the winter woes. The grass turns green, The flowers grow, Freed from the winter snows. The skies cloud up, The rain falls thick, Refilling the rivers again. The thunder claps, The lighting glares, All run to hide within. Some days too hot, Some days too cold. In all, a perfect spring. Some days, sunny, Some days, snow. Let's see what summer brings.