#NaPoWriMo 2018 Day Eleven

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Future Fortune

Future Fortune

Later years will bring
chance to make a real impact
great philanthropist

Make impact on world
spread health, wealth and happiness
fortune in cookie

NaPoWriMo Prompt – Our (optional, as always) prompt for the day is taken from one of the prompts that Kwoya Fagin Maples suggests in here interview: a poem that addresses the future, answering the questions “What does y(our) future provide? What is your future state of mind? If you are a citizen of the “union” that is your body, what is your future “state of the union” address?”

Good morning and welcome to day eleven of #NaPoWriMo and my future fortune. Okay, yesterday was somewhat aggravating poetry wise. At least I have a wonderful husband who went out to get me coffee bright and early in the morning. He didn’t get home yesterday until after 11pm. I was up late and hopped over to napowrimo.net to read today’s prompt. I went to sleep thinking it would be another difficult poem day. But when I woke up, I remembered the fortune I got over the weekend. We had P.F. Chang’s take out for Gretchen’s birthday Sunday night and I was told what my later years will bring.

Today all I had to do was put it in poetry form. Since it took me forever to write my poem yesterday, I did not write a haiku for the #haikuchallenge on Twitter. Today’s word is impact if you haven’t figured it out since I used it in both versions of my haiku. Then this morning, Shawn ate another fortune cookie and was excited; It says I’m going to be rich. Yep, I already knew that because I’m going to be a good person and give our wealth away. 😉 Shawn said it would have to wait til he’s gone. We’ll see…

2 thoughts on “#NaPoWriMo 2018 Day Eleven

  1. You can find riches in other things so maybe it meant philanthropy will make you rich (unless of course it specified money – my fortune cookies are never that specific).

    Conversely, a lot of philanthropists are rich and that’s how they are able to do so much . . . so maybe that’s it.

    I enjoyed your haikus!

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