Napowrimo 30 – The End

Napowrimo ends today
Thank God for that, I hear you say.
Now we can let go of stress –
write poetry that flows
or none at all, as heaven knows
good poetry is not mechanical.
This daily regime tyrannical
is detrimental
to poetic contemplation.
A poem a day for a month
leads to verbal constipation.
So until October, this is the end.

DAY 30  – NaPoWriMo Prompt for  April 30, 2015     This is the End, sang Jim Morrison.  Write an end poem.   It can be an end of the month poem, a last poem for your next collection of poetry, an end of an era, relationship, or world poem.  The last four words of the poem should be:  this is the end.

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5 Responses to Napowrimo 30 – The End

  1. Yes, it did get a little tricky for a minute…muse almost throwing a fit! Nice tribute for this month of crazy 😉 poeming! I’ve enjoyed reading you this month, Viv! 🙂 Thank you for reading me and for your technical support as well, always appreciated. ♥

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  2. Ron. says:

    Great closer, V. I will NEVER NaPoWriMo again. ( I think I say that every year…)

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  3. colonialist says:

    Very good!
    The prompt is earlier than I expected – but I’ll have to play my end game later. Off to a four-hour meeting, first! Yeough.

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