The Imaginary Garden is hosting a prompt a day from our archives to inspire poets during NaPoWriMo.
Links to prompts for Days 16 - 20 can be followed below.
Please include a link back to the original post on your site if you choose to write to one of these prompts.
In the Remains, April 16, 2016
Transforming Fridays with Nature's Wonders, April 17, 2015
Encouragement, April 18, 2013
Get Listed!, April 19, 2018
When Good Wishes Go Bad, April 20, 2016
Please use the Linky provided for all poems written over the five days.
Welcome to day 16. Congratulations to all who have made it thus far in the incredible journey of April 2020.ReplyDelete
I love the set of challenges you have chosen, Kerry! I will be back shortly with my entry 💘 Happy Thursday, everyone!🍹ReplyDelete
GOOD MORNING. I don't like to post first but someone has to be there. I woke up at four, couldn't sleep so I read this. I was reminded of Napoleon's Wife statue remaing in a Martinique city park after being beheaded. Had coffee, took the Eagle's picture, and wrote this. Karin's 2016 prompt was fine fun. The news is horrible this morning, shut in till May, time for a nap.ReplyDelete
I'm still feeling poorly, have a doctor's appointment this afternoon, and we're feeling a bit low due to my husband's friend's funeral today - only close family can attend. I hope everyone else is having a happy, sunny Thursday. I hope to get back to normal soon.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about your ill health and recent loss, Kim. I think today should be one of rest for you.ReplyDelete
Though I missed my own prompt yesterday, I do have something for Day 16. Kim, I am sorry for the sad occasion. April is taking away too many.ReplyDelete
Time for the back half, ay, Garden Dwellers?ReplyDelete
And on to Day 17. Alas, I will not be writing haiku, as it is not to my taste but I shall certainly enjoy those linked up!ReplyDelete
I would write a haiku except that doing so would go against everything I believe in, and I might lose control and start reading poetry written by celebrities, or even Nicholas Sparks novels. I can't risk it.ReplyDelete
I'm struggling today, but I managed a haikuReplyDelete
Happy International Haiku Poetry Day 2020, Garden Dwellers! I have my son to thank for the idea behind this haiku sequence!ReplyDelete
Happy Day 18 - also my late mother's birthday, so a special day of remembrance for me.ReplyDelete
We all could do with some encouragement, these days. My condolences, Kerry, and my thoughts and prayers are with you on your memorial.ReplyDelete
I always think I don't like word lists, but I might have to revise that opinion. I enjoyed Day 19 (even with the challenge of choosing a different list from the one I picked last time around).ReplyDelete
Wishing everyone a happy Sunday on Day 19.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday everyone!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, everyone for writing to Get Listed! I have so enjoyed your poems!💝💝ReplyDelete
And so on to Day 20.. and 2/3 of the way to completion of NaPoWriMo 2020.ReplyDelete
I accidentally posted to the archive❣️Thanks so much for this month of sharing; so far very much enjoyed🙏ReplyDelete
Happy 2/3rds day--er, Day 20! :)ReplyDelete