Day 30 in the #NaPoWriMo Challenge

Words across the Oceans


Day 30’s optional prompt, todays challenge was to write a poem backwards. ~ via The NaPoWriMo Website


So with “Day 30’s Prompt” I have chosen an example of a Reverse Poem by Spanish Poet ~ Federico Garcia Lorca,and then after is a new piece I have written not in line with todays optional prompt!

Happy reading and hope you all enjoy!


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After rain, through afterglow, the unfolding fan of railway landscape sidled on the pivot of a larger arc into the green of evening; I remembered that noon I saw a gradual bud still white; though dead in its warm bloom; always the enemy is the foe at home.

And I wondered what surgery could recover our lost, long stride of indolence and leisure which is labor in reverse; what physic recall the smile not of lips, but of eyes as of the sea…

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