day 6 of NaPoWriMo – this is a poem that isn’t sure of itself.
day 5 of NaPoWriMo – a poem inspired by Cotard’s Syndrome. how would it feel to be convinced that whole parts of oneself simply do not exist, or have already died?
Poetry Writing Prompts on Grief
day 4 of NaPoWriMo – a poem in the form of a poetry prompt
polished stone / the still, smooth stone /the smoothest stone in the riverbed /
day 3 of NaPoWriMo – a mindful poem about stillness, patience, and growth
ZYZYXIA / six sunflowers
day 2 of NaPoWriMo – a poem named for (but not so much devoted to) an obscure and interesting English word.
mirror self meets my eyes
without following the prompt and posted a few days late, here’s day one’s poem for National Poetry Writing Month.
dedicated to my loving grandfather, C. H. Hilley.
i would die if forbidden to write
a contemplation, a proclamation, and a promise.
get some fresh air after this one bc it really reeks of angst and ego trip
my internal landscape feels more like a landfill some days