NaPoWriMo: Day 30




The final post for NaPoWriMo! This found poem was constructed from an excerpt from What We Talk about When We Talk about Love, a short story by Raymond Carver, borrowed from the collection Where I’m Calling From.

I hope you enjoyed my project of ekphrastic haiku and erasure poetry. Please let me know which ones were your favourites!



8 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo: Day 30”

  1. Thank you for visiting my last post. I realized after NaPo, that I really wanted to continue. I haven’t been writing at all and NaPo seemed to wake me up, like a shot of adrenaline. Loved your poem and identified with it strongly. Wishing you the best, safety, and good health.


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    1. Thank you Elizabeth! Your comment means a lot to me. I’m so happy you found a new well of inspiration this past month. I’ll be looking forward to reading your work πŸ™‚


  2. WOW, that’s one powerful poem! Thanks for visiting my blog so I’d know to come over and see yours. I LOVE your name–very elegant, sounds royal. And your lovely face matches it. It’s 5 a.m. here, so I should think about sleep–but I’d like to come back and read more of your work. πŸ™‚ Please take good care of yourself, stay safe and healthy–I’ll keep you in my prayers for all blog friends and family ❀ Congrats on completing NaPoWriMo!!

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    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate every like and comment. It means so much to me to have my words read. I will be keeping to a once-a-week posting schedule now. Please do stop by when you have the time πŸ™‚


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