Here's the poem is so far:
I'm fidget, friction, ragged edges--
I sprout stories that frazzle-dazzle
Where to next, Dori?? I'm day 21 to add a line...that's a looong way off! Lots can happen in 20 lines before me!
There are a lot of letters in the A to Z Challenge between now and then, too!
It is the Day 2 of the A to Z Challenge! And this year I am again posting vanity plates in Maine. Because it is April, National Poetry Month, I'm going to write an acrostic, a haiku, or some other type of poem that I don't even know yet. But each will be based on the letters, the word or the words on a license plate.
The A to Z Challenge is to write to the letters of the alphabet in order, one a day each day in April, except Sunday. On Sunday I will post a bonus plate - one I've found that intrigues me. It may be a duplicate letter or one that starts with a number instead of a letter, but still has a message for us.
There are themes galore being done. If you are interested in reading more A to Z posts, click on any A to Z Challenge link I've made in this post! Read through the comment links on that page and see what interests you. Take a peek. Comment! Spread the love of our alphabet around!
If you are commenting here and are in the A to Z Challenge, please include your post's link so that I can return the visit easily. You can do that even if you aren't in the A to Z Challenge. I'd like to visit your site, if you don't mind!
Here's the plate for today B is for BRAVES:
He's no coward;
With hands on hips
He shuns the dread
That could eclipse
Another not as brave.
He braves the foes,
He won't retreat;
He cannot fall;
They will not see him cave.
No flames to throw,
No x-ray eyes,
No webs that stick,
Nor cape that flies,
Yet all the weak he'll save.
Stands up to force,
Braves the conflict,
And stays the course;
To fear he is no slave.
Donna JT Smith, 4/2017
Tomorrow a Plate of C! C U then.
Last year's Maine vanity plate link. Ha! I just read this post from 2016, and it kind of goes with this year's only it was a totally different plate. Interesting!