November PAD Chapbook Challenge
Today’s prompt is to write a Thursday poem.
Over at dVerse Poets Pub, Grace introduced the poetry form the Wayra. A short, syllabic, non-rhyming form that is new to me. She also challenged us to use onomatopoeia which fit well with my notes of the sounds of this Thursday morning.
This Unknown Thursday
Lap–these weaving waves
filled with golden light–slap rocks
after the skier passes
four heavy words travel
here “making the right decisions.”
Yesterday I had my first free day to write and . . . Nothing. However, today I have ten scenes planned, so it’s not that I don’t know where I want the story to go. My internet is being spotty, so I copied “The Gang Does a Word Crawl (It’s Always Sunny) into a text document and I am going to have fun and write my novel! How’s everyone else doing?