NaPoWriMo: Day 6

NaPoWriMo: Day 6

Flamingo Dance

Flamingo Dance

Words:  wonder, pushed, soul, wrong, clear, deep


Do you remember the wonder of childhood, what it felt like? Did it have a taste, a smell? Do you ever experience it now? Is it attached to a certain place, people, activities, or things? What images are attached to it?

Musical inspiration:


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16 Responses to NaPoWriMo: Day 6

  1. Sherry Marr says:

    Good prompt, kiddo. That resonates, I have ideas. Yay!

    Thanks Sherry. I’m finding this adventure to be quite fascinating to say the least. Your comment reminds me of something I recently read from a fortune cookie, of all things. It went like this: “Many times feelings are ideas with roots.” May your roots take hold and flourish.



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  4. It was a stuck kind of day. Couldn’t write. Had a delightful lunch with a six year old. We read Shel Silverstein over french fries and found some treasures at a used book store. Still didn’t help the child poem. I think I’m still stuck in the garage. I came home and followed a form instead, and am glad for my persistence. I don’t want to give up this month!! Thanks for being here, and sorry for avoiding your prompt today. I’ll still be around to read. ❤

    No need for apologies, see my note under your post. That delightful lunch is a good memory, and isn’t that what we should strive to create any day? I need to look more closely at the form you used, it made for a beautiful poem with very fluid imagery.



  5. Sherry Marr says:

    Not deathless poetry, just memories……..

    Thanks for the prompt, my friend.

    Ah, but Sherry, you made those memories come alive so that we could live them as well. And that’s poetry.



  6. Pamela says:

    Hi Elizabeth. This is my day #6, though I didn’t use any of the words. Sorry.

    Pamela ox

    No need for apologies. This is no more than a starting point. A place to begin. I like seeing you here, and that is more than enough for me.



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  8. C.C. says:

    Here’s mine, though I used your Day 6 words and prompt for my Day 7 write….thanks, Elizabeth 🙂


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  11. pmwanken says:

    Hi there…again, catching up with what I’ve written but hadn’t posted yet. For this one, I used your post as an ekphrastic prompt rather than a wordle.


  12. The wonder of my childhood/young adulthood was that I was able to break free! My offering for day six:


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