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    • Basil Cartryte

      NaPoWriMo 2022 - NaPoGenMo 2022 - Lemurian Sonnet #5

      Lemurian Sonnet #5 Ga mowko cadi jearaifoa Chu ropee foaseij! Keiwol peepu, Jau seamjaja fea, lai thaupi moacouboash Leajirau jaukau pulsaig jeebeilwau Sum fudouge wamauya, geet– We lai kootoa maisho yairaikou Do thoaclishaith toutai thol waijoo, poochai bai; Maijmazthu kaisai...

      Tags: NaPoWriMo2022, NaPoGenMo2022, NaPoWriMo, NaPoGenMo, Lemuria

      • Bryant Jacobi

        NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 2: Textbook Errata

        Textbook Errata Page 37: Alchemy's goal was not gold but gold- en years with no tarnish of death, age or dis- ease, an un- spendable surplus of such. Page 126: Alchemy's heirs are not chemist doctor, but raptur- ous evangelicals who aim to detour around death's con...

        Tags: NaPoWriMo2022, NaPoWriMo, poetry

        • Thomas Gorn

          NaPoWriMo 2022, Day 3: What Remains

          What Remains What remained from the fire we struck years of wind long ago dispersed, but I still smell the smoke. -- Thomas Gorn

          Tags: poetry, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022

          • Ian Erinson

            NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 4: untitled

              A Little League game on the soft-hands side of town's brand new bawl diamond — Ian Erinson   Image info: Bawl Diamond by Carl Bettis is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

            Tags: poetry, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022

            • Sturgis Giteau

              NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 6: End of the Universe Tanka

              End of the Universe Tanka   Scenario 1: The expanding universe finds no end as matter spreads itself ever thinner until only a dim fog remains, the history of Rome a swirl in the mist, my life a jig of a few dozen atoms, until even these ghosts dissolve into the tepid bath of etern...

              Tags: poem, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022, tanka

              • Mort Duffy

                NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 7: The Word I've Forgotten

                The Word I've Forgotten The word I've forgotten, the important one, as gut bacteria are ignored and important, the word that wasn't there when its work sat heavy, ready to be delivered, the word that was not a learnéd word but weathered and calloused, a precise...

                Tags: poetry, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022

                • Carl Bettis

                  NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 8: "Memorial"

                  Memorial One neighbor's magnolia, another's dwarf pear are in bloom. A spring wind gathers sprays of violet and white to drop in our yard around stumps of departed oak and elm. -- Carl Bettis 2022-04-08

                  Tags: poetry, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022

                  • Carl Bettis

                    NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 9, and NaPoGenMo 2022 No. 2

                    Two computer-generated sonnets, and links to the source code that created them. The code works by randomly mixing lines from existing poems. I downloaded a bunch of Elizabethan sonnet sequences from Project Gutenberg, then did some manual work to strip out most of the text besides the s...

                    Tags: NaPoWriMo, poetry, NaPoWriMo2022, NaPoGenMo, NaPoGenMo2022

                    • Roynald O'MacRossinski

                      NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 10: Without Renter's Insurance

                      Without Renter's Insurance As we trash the Earth, We look to space For a second home For the human race, But Mars is too cold And Venus too hot, And those are the best Options we’ve got, While here’s becoming An unlivable mess. We’re horrible tenants, W...

                      Tags: NaPoWriMo, poetry, NaPoWriMo2022

                      • Basil Cartryte

                        NaPoWriMo 2022 Day 11: How to Make a Philosopher's Stone in 52 Steps

                        How to Make a Philosopher's Stone in 52 Steps Place 3 purple matches in a copper bowl and 2 sapphires in a tin box. Use chemistry to convert chemical fruits into liquid gold. Use a conjugal visitation with the blood of dragons to defend against attacks. Take a knife and remove...

                        Tags: poetry, NaPoWriMo, NaPoWriMo2022