Talk to me by Katie Haigh and Antidisestablishmentariannism by Ann Robinson

Day 18 of NaPoWriMo, Prompt for today to write a poem that begins and ends with the same word. I did this today with my writing group Langley Writers. My piece is as follows but my friend Ann took on the NaPoWriMo challenge as you’ll see below.

Talk to me
Open your mouth
And expose your soul
I will listen
Silently
With understanding
Without judgement
I will absorb your frustration
Your anger, your sadness
I will be a vent for you
Somewhere to release it all
With one powerful jolt
So then you will realise
It’s good to talk

By Katie Haigh
(C)katiehaigh2013

Antidisestablishmentariannism
Is this the longest word.
The establishment may think it is
It’s the longest one I’ve heard
Am I anti or am I dis
I feel I’m in a prism
At twenty eight letters it’s got to be
Antidisestablishmentarianism.

By Ann Robinson

(C)annrobinson April 2013

20130418-171234.jpgPhoto by Katie Haigh

 

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