Happy Halloween! And on this spooky day I present a poem of something that really scares me, especially with NaNo starting at midnight tonight. (Wish me luck!)
Lethargy: To be sleepy, drowsy, without energy. It is to remain in one spot and feel absolutely unable to move. Your eyes lazily scan your surroundings, barely taking anything in. Daytime television keeps your brain occupied enough, prevents it from getting bored and it distracts you from the fact that you really can’t move from your current spot.
Some more haiku, continuing the nature theme from yesterday.
Another, longer piece of poetry on autumn as I remind myself of the good things that this season brings. (Hint: I prefer warmer weather.)
Something very experimental, playing with a very different format. And very playful too, yes.
Another short bit of character study for my upcoming NaNo project, this one features my other main character. (There are a few supporting characters and if there’s time I might have studies up for them too.)
Just one week left until this year’s NaNo, so these haiku feel timely and appropriate.
A train-of-thought bit of poetry, born from just one thought, which starts off the whole poem.
I actually wrote this up as a back story to a Dungeons & Dragons character I got to use about a month ago, but I think the story stands well enough on its own, a quaint little fantasy piece.
Hopefully you agree with me.
Somewhat related to that haiku from yesterday, poetry with a heavy message.