I’m nearing the end of NaPoWriMo 2015, and I am running on fumes.
There have been some interesting poetry attempts, like this or this… and then I accept silly challenges like what I used in Day 28.
Sometimes you just gotta go with it.
National Poetry Month is half done! If you are participating in NaPoWriMo 2015, how are you doing?
So far, I’m keeping pace, though it is difficult on some days to get something written. I’ve only “cheated” with a haiku once (I only say cheated because at 3 lines, it is among the easiest forms to spit out – not that mine is a great one.) I’ve used prompts a couple of times, but usually the day after they have been posted.
My NaPoWriMo 2015 poems are posted over at an alternative site Rudimental Words
As always, I welcome comments and thoughts.
Because I don’t like how WordPress will not allow you to tag and categorize pages like posts, I’ve decided to move my NaPoWriMo poems over to an alternative blog, Rudimental Words. It just seems like double work to post a page, then post a blog post telling you about the page. And I wanted to keep all my NaPoWriMo stuff together, with tags and categories…but separate from Taps and Ratamacues.
Probably too much of an explanation. I’ll post a link to Rudimental Words on the side bar.
Thanks for visiting.
It is National Poetry Writing Month, or NaPoWriMo 2015 for lovers of acronyms (and poetry). I’m going to be putting my entries on the page shown on my title bar NaPoWriMo 2015
Please take a moment to check it out.