Congratulations, Fair Toads! You did it! You made it to Day 30 of National Poetry Writing Month. Only one more poem to go... So let’s make it a doozy, I say. Something to remember!
It’s a simple challenge, really. Starting with the letter A, every next word should start with the next letter of the alphabet. Like this:
I did this challenge some time ago, with four trips through the alphabet. (If you’re interested to see it, click here.) No length requirement today, except for a minimum of 26 words, A-Z. Trip through the alphabet as many times as you like. It’s pretty fun once you get going, though I will tell you, X is a rough one. (Even my word heroes, They Might Be Giants, had to get creative with X. See below.)April bringschallenges daily--Everything feelsgreat here...
No admonitions about writing a new poem for this challenge, as if you already have done this, I’d be interested in seeing it! Otherwise, get snapping, Toads. A to Z!