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Poem 4 - My Son


There was once a young boy of mischief
Curious shenanigans were his bit
When he opened a lid
Down a ramp he did slid
And the chickens did get a visit


Poem 3 - Free Form Rant


Those silly folks who don't like forms
Whose therapy clogs up the page
Addicted to societal norms
An overly artistic age

Whose therapy clogs up the page
Released from couches or from dorms
An overly artistic age
Where unconformity conforms

Released from couches or from dorms
Random words upon a stage
Where unconformity conforms
Depict a self-indulgent age

Random words upon a stage
Addicted to societal norms
Depict a self-indulgent age
Those silly folks who don't like forms


Poem 2 - Late Night Lament


I really should do the poem first
It would be easier that way
For writing near midnight is the worst
I really should do the poem first
The prose, it tickles and likes to play,
It needn't be prompted to have its say
I really should do the poem first
It would be easier that way


Poem 1 - Chickens!


in a small orange box
sit four fluffy balls peeping
none are just yellow puffs
black, red, brown and banana
part pet and part sustenance


NaPoWriMo 2013


Here is my collection of NaPoWriMo poems for 2013


Chapter 18: Decentius Uncovers a Mystery


Part 1

He took this for a dismissal, and left me alone with my wine. I watched the other men in the taverna as I slowly drank each cup until the bottle was empty. The philosophers were the most interesting. They got both louder and more dramatic with each bottle of wine consumed. I suspected somewhere Dionysus was smiling on them, though that was probably not who they were praying to.

Chapter 18: Decentius Uncovers a Mystery - Part 3



“Nothing good,” I said. “Of that you may be certain.”

The guard chuckled. “Vague and ominous. I’m sensing a trend, Signuri.”

I smiled. “True enough, but right now it is not you who need worry about that trend.”

“Good,” he replied. “What else did you need to know?”

“Did you notice what he did, or said... anything that happened shortly before you found yourself among the shadows?”

Chapter 17: Decentius Makes a Deal - Part 6


He bowed, and walked quickly away. He returned quite promptly with a bottle of wine, and a glass. “Please have all you wish,” he said.

I nodded my thanks, and poured the wine. I had barely returned my cup to the table after my first sip, when the manager arrived. “I understand we owe you some thanks,” he said, bowing. He was gracious enough, but also shrewd. He looked at me as though to inquire ‘what do you want in return?’

“It was a small thing,” I said. “I hate to see such a fine establishment fall on hard time because of one man’s rash actions.”

Chapter 17: Decentius Makes a Deal - Part 5


Procurius shuddered. “I will do so. I would not wish his doings to be associated with my inn. I am not certain that Placido’s taverna will recover from one night of his presence, and my inn has had him here for several.”

I nodded in appreciation.

Chapter 17: Decentius Makes a Deal - Part 4


I exited the taverna without further attention. Fortunately the slaves were busy discussing their new found patron, and did not notice me rise, or perhaps one of them would have insisted on seeing me out.

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Poetry | NaPoWriMo 2014 - Poem 21 - A'Tuin

Teaser for this week:
I decided to take it as a compliment, it would help keep me from beating Antonius where he stood.

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