Day 23 #NaPoWriMo

Today’s prompt (optional, as always) asks you to write a poem about a particular letter of the alphabet, or perhaps, the letters that form a short word. Doesn’t “S” look sneaky and snakelike? And “W” clearly doesn’t know where it’s going! Think about the shape of the letter(s), and use that as the take-off point for your poem. I used a random letter generator and had someone else press the button.

Never alone

23 April 20


Like twins, joined at the hip

But you’re the one who can’t go anywhere without your sibling

You haven’t matured throughout the years

sounding harsh everytime I hear you speak

Your sister goes around with a lot of others, she is the life of the party

Truly, you are a shut in,

Step out into the world on your own

Give your sister a break

You have only gone out 47 times in your life

Because your crutch grew weary of you

She needs to see daylight

She needs to read the qabalh

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