#NaPoWriMo 2021 Day Fourteen

Is my name unique
Demand to know its meaning
Behold true image

NaPoWriMo Prompt And last but not least, our (optional) prompt for the day. Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem that delves into the meaning of your first or last name. Looking for inspiration? Take a look at this poem by Mark Wunderlich, appropriately titled “Wunderlich.”

Good morning and welcome to day fourteen of #NaPoWriMo. Write about my name okay I came up with a tweetku from the #HaikuChallenge word because I’ve written poems about my name before –

Same Name

All about my name

Veronica Franco

A Name they never get right

NaPoWriMo Day One

April Fool’s

Jiggery-pokery
Rachael and Gretchen poke
Mornings in no hurry
Wake up for school

Rushing around the house
Attitudinizing,
“Woe is me,” trickery
Mom is no fool

 

NaPoWriMo Prompt – Our prompts are, as always, optional. If you have your own plans for generating poems, or find prompts elsewhere that suit you better, that’s just fine. Our prompts are there just to help those who are having trouble getting inspired – if you’re full up on inspiration, there’s no need to follow them. With that out of the way, I’ve chosen something I hope will be fun and simple, to ease you into your first day. Today, I’d like you to go to Reb Livingston’s Bibliomancy Oracle. Clear your mind, push the button, and then write a poem based on the quotation that the oracle provides. Happy writing!

My quote: Forget that, you bozoer of a wineglass, whom Shepherd in the kinglet disputes.

Say what?! April Fool’s!  I read this after a not so fun morning of getting the girls ready for school.  Then I check the prompt for day one of NaPoWriMo.  Wow right out of the gate and I’m the featured participant. 😀 Thanks, Maureen!  The name should be Veronica though.  Where is that wineglass? Anyone?