NaPoWriMo Day Thirty

Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem about something that happens again and again (kind of like NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo). It could be the setting of the sun, or your Aunt Georgia telling the same story at Thanksgiving every single year. It could be the swallows returning to Capistrano or how, without fail, you will lock your keys in the car whenever you go to the beach.

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9 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo Day Thirty

  1. M

    A life ago, I used to live in Noe Valley, taking J-Church to 5th and Market to walk to Howard and the photo lab where I worked, stuffing donuts from the joint at the corner of Church and 24th into my gullet beneath the do-not-eat sign. We’d take the long walk down to Mission to Farolito’s for the green sauce and Al Pastor.

    Thanks for the memory, and the good pens this month. ~

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    1. m.j.smith Post author

      It’s an amazingly rich city. Thanks for both your poetry and supportive comments this month.

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    1. m.j.smith Post author

      My daily commute always paints a vivid picture for me – a lucky way to live for a writer.

      Reply

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