5.24.16 – Camcorders | A Napkin Poem

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 350 Camcorders 1st Grade Performance Friday @ 8:30am It doesn’t make sense … To start work late on a Friday and Take in an amateur performance of songs I’m not familiar with I don’t just go. I arrive early For the good parking and the best view And I always get a little choked up I can’t help it These tiny amateurs … Continue reading 5.24.16 – Camcorders | A Napkin Poem

3.30.2016 -The Project | A Coordinated Poem

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 346 The Project Life is a project. The possibilities for 1-hour service windows for next week are like schedule roulette. 1st grade performance at 8:15 am. Great. The roofer can only do noon on Thursday. You know what I like to do at noon on Thursday? That’s right! I like to run to the cleaners while scarfing down a granola bar like every other self-respecting … Continue reading 3.30.2016 -The Project | A Coordinated Poem

3.25.2016 Weekend Marketing Reads

As another layer of fun, I’m going to carve out time every Friday to select some reads for the weekend that will ultimately get baked into my #copypoet posts. This week I saved (to Pinterest, Dropbox, Google Keep and Email) a number of articles I’d like to read … eventually. This weekend I’m going to tackle a branding read, an SEO read and a trends … Continue reading 3.25.2016 Weekend Marketing Reads

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 345 | A lingering poem

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 345 | A lingering poem WAITING* Not keeping up gives the sensation of rushing But it means – even if you’re running – that you’re going too slow I’m being driven by Wednesday poetry prompts Or I’m being drug behind Wednesdays that come And go too quickly There goes another one. I stand near, almost lunging, Trying to find the rhythm like a game … Continue reading Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 345 | A lingering poem

Under 10 lines | 1/6/16 Poetry Prompt

I write because I feel wrong When I laugh, cry, or get angry I feel inappropriate Does anyone else mess things up like I do? Normal isn’t a thing but I wonder how it feels to think I’m normal I don’t think anyone can identify with all of my crazy Still, the most memorable kindness I’ve ever experienced Was for someone to say “you’re not crazy” when I … Continue reading Under 10 lines | 1/6/16 Poetry Prompt