Camp NaNoWriMo Day 28: Book Title Poetry in Quarantine

2 more days of April Camp NaNoWriMo! I came up with one last book title poem – and conveniently had some broken glass to go along with the aesthetic.   Silence beheld where the rock splits the sky. hush, hush The chaos of standing still.    

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 27 Poetry: “Trump Wrote a Coronavirus Poem”

For today’s poem, I went through transcripts of Trump’s speeches from the past few months and pieced together phrases he said to create a bizarre poem about COVID-19. Of course, most of it is pretty out-of-context, but there were a few stanzas that were almost one long quote. I’ve also kept his grammar errors thatContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 27 Poetry: “Trump Wrote a Coronavirus Poem””

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 26: How to Homeschool – a Poem in Lockdown

The month is almost over, and I’ve managed to write about 4,000 words of poetry! Today’s poem came from my frustration about people too offhandedly saying they are homeschooling. I was homeschooled for eight years of my education, and it has really shaped me. Now, in an unprecedented time where most students are participating inContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 26: How to Homeschool – a Poem in Lockdown”