NaPoWriMo 30/30 Challenge – Prompt 6

Every year I look forward to National Poetry Month like little kids anticipate Christmas visits from Saint Nick. SO MUCH POETRY EVERYWHERE ON THE INTERWEBS! But on with it…

This will be our fifth poem-a-day for April using prompts given by Rachel McKibbens over the past few weeks. I will be writing the poems and putting them into a book which I will divide the profits between Rachel’s campaign The Outlast Project and the local women’s shelter. If you would like to pre-order this book, you can do so for $15 via PayPal to nmnance@gmail.com and please be sure to include your shipping address. THANK YOU!  And now for the prompt:

PROMPT FIVE: Write an obituary for your worst year.

If you are participating in the 30/30 this month I would love to know about it! Let me know in the comments. If you are sharing your poems, please put a link to your site or blog! ^_^

 

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2 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo 30/30 Challenge – Prompt 6

  1. Seventh grade, R.I.P, you won’t be dearly missed. In fact you won’t be missed at all. You really were a bitch. My best friends up and left me. I was lonely for a year. Puberty never touched me. I was skinny, I was weird. Middle School, oh middle school. This was the worst of all. The other years didn’t seem so bad. But Seventh grade made up for them all. I was alone, I was afraid, I was without a friend. I wanted nothing more than for that awful year to end.

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