Home » November 2015 Poem-a-Day » NOVEMBER 2015 ~”POEM-A-DAY”~ DAY TWENTY ~ “SIX WORD” POEM



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For today’s prompt, write a poem using at least three of the following six words: relent, horrendous, artifact, lagoon, wobble, and plunder.

If you want extra credit (and who doesn’t), try using all six!



by John Yeo

The rainstorm was horrendous, savagely abhorrent.
The storm powered and battered us without relent
The river flowed faster becoming a raging torrent
Our peaceful lagoon was flooded in a watery ferment.

Wind stormed, lightening flashed with thunder,
When a wondrous wobble cast our launch asunder
Tossing and forcing the vessel to sink and go under.
Leaving our secret valuable artifact open to plunder.

The famous painting that Grandfather had loved,
Purchased from thieves who robbed and removed
The Old Master from a collection easily proved
To be authentic and could never be resold.

A very private artifact.

Copyright © Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved


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