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NaPoWriMo Week 1 (Raz)

As if writing Invisible Lines wasn’t enough, I was silly enough to try National Poetry Writing Month, which I’ve been doing daily over on Microlensing.  Rather than duplicate them here one by one, I thought I’d gather up a week’s worth of them at a time and present them that way. Some of them are, to quote my Brit friends, shite, but some aren’t half bad for writing under pressure of a daily thing.

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(1) Too Far

One millimeter
a million miles
nothing at all and
unbearably far
when skin calls to skin.

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(2) Waking Up

Kitchen counter, the
taste of coffee on your lips
Morning’s not so bad.

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(3) Simultaneity

Thinking the same thing
at the same time
is almost
like touching.

Sometimes
Sometimes

it’s close enough.

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(4) Arachne

Caught in my web
hopelessly entangled
sight stolen by silk
arching toward my teasing touch

somehow

you’re still the spider.

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(5) Ghost’s Request

Leave a window open for me
I don’t really need it
It’s not like closed entryways or

physical barriers matter
anymore.

But there is no art
no poetry
no message to
slipping silently through glass
to haunt you
when the creak of a frame
the billow of a curtain
can show you I’m there

If you look and listen
just right.

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(6) Blade

Hearts———–
———-as blades

When I give you———–
——————my knife

Be careful—————–
——————–I know how sharp it is

Hold it——
———safely

And if you decide————–
——————-to return it

Please——
————-be gentle

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(7) Next Story

I don’t care what implement
you choose to use

Quill pen, razor blade
cane, thorn, paintbrush
icicle, ember, chocolate, needle

Write your next story
on me.

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6 comments on “NaPoWriMo Week 1 (Raz)

  1. paul1510
    April 9, 2013

    Raz, I find all of these quite appealing, and what’s more I understand them.
    Paul.

  2. April
    April 9, 2013

    I’m not usually into poetry, but I do like these.
    April

  3. Squeaky
    April 9, 2013

    Love all of these, some more than others, but I adore the last one. I want to frame it and hang it where I will see it every day.

  4. Harper Eliot
    April 9, 2013

    Beautiful. Particularly the third one… “Sometimes. / Sometimes.” I love that.

  5. Deliza Rafferty
    April 9, 2013

    I’m not generally a fan of short forms of poetry (haiku, for instance), but I think numbers 3 and 7 are quite lovely.

  6. wordsmithingimp
    April 13, 2013

    The last one makes me inexplicably nostalgic and happy.

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