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We sailed away on a winter’s day with fate as malleable as clay. | April 1, 2011

April 1st is here again. National Poetry Month, and with it, NaPoWriMo. Such a nice and overwhelming reason to remember that I am a poet as well as a law student, and that I should be writing more than I currently am. So I try to write a poem a day, which for me usually is even more difficult than making time in life for exercise, even though it shouldn’t be. But writing, like many things, is the most rewarding and the most evasive joy. It is hard to track down, hard to locate amidst the explosion of my journal, even harder when there has been less exploding than arranging into compartments and corners. Which is where I currently find myself. But April brings spring and everything begins to open up again, myself included. So it is that time, my friends. A poem a day, keeping doctors of all kinds away.


Posted in NaPoWriMo, Poetry

1 Comment »

  1. love your blog,

    keep it up.

    Comment by Jingle — April 2, 2011 @ 11:50 am

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