National Poetry Writing Month NaPoWriMo - Day 25 - April 25th Today’s prompt (optional, as always). Taking a cue from our video resource for the day, and from Keat’s poem, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem that: Is specific to a season Uses imagery that relates to all five senses (sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell) Includes a rhetorical question, (like Keats’ “where are the songs of spring?”)
Indeed it will, a great write.
Thank you Crystal 💕🙂
It’s indeed so tragic what we all are doing to this planet. You set the tone and mood so well with the polar bear’s image — it captures the reality that we often avoid. Well penned!
Thank you so much. It means a lot to me.
Your first stanza sets the tone and it goes on from there. If someone can read this and know it’s based on reality and feel unmoved, they have no heart 🙁
Thank you. Yes Lisa. I agree with you. 😢
Love your stan for tye Polar Bear,- save them and you likely save us by default. Nice write Christine!
Thanks Rob. Yes you’re right. I feel strongly about it as many of us do. We are actually going to see the Polar bears in November. I want to see them before they disappear. I might not get another chance 😢
Thank you Rob. I feel quite strongly about it. 😢
sad. the loss of one’s home, indescribable. when I read the Arctic King, how my heart wept for this magnificent creature. this is an awareness poem too Christine, well written
Thanks Gina. We are actually going up to see them in North Canada this November. A special trip. 🙂💕
oh wow! Ice bears! Have the coolest time!
I’ll think of you while I’m in the snow 🙂💕
my heart will be with you as you make that journey, one I hope to one day too.
Beautiful but poignant! ❤️
Thank you dear friend. It makes me sad. 😢
It is sad. You are welcome.
These are sad circumstances
Indeed they are Sadje 😢
Thank you so much. 🙂