We’ve reached the end of the month, which means today is my last day of writing and posting poems about life during COVID-19! I was planning to have the year 2020 write a letter to 2019 for my last poem, but I quickly realized there wasn’t much for me to say that hasn’t been saidContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 30: “Routine” – My Last Poem in Quarantine”
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Camp NaNoWriMo Poem Day 29: Are We Living in a Movie?
#StayHomeRhymeMo and the month of April are winding down, and writing a poem a day about COVID-19 has really helped me handle and make sense of the situation. Creativity does wonders! I know that lately it can sometimes feel like we’re living in a movie we have little control over. And thus, this poem: CopyrightContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Poem Day 29: Are We Living in a Movie?”
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””