copyright ©2016 Terry Boswell
Four lines, four syllables each, for four sides of a bed, a harmonious place to hang out… 🙂 in response to Jennifer Nichole Wells’s One Word Photo Challenge: Bed, and the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Harmony.
“Make shapes with your poems. Go crazy with enjambment. And pay attention to the animal inside. Hello, Day 4!”
The poetry prompt for day four of Writing 201 is “Animal.”
The form is “Concrete Poetry.”
The device is “Enjambment.”
I’ve been sick with a cold and fever this week and have spent a lot of time curled up on the couch with my dog, so she was the first animal that came to mind for today’s prompt.
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Puppy paws playfully pounce,
tossing toys this way and that.
Tail in the air,
snout in a rout,
joyfully sniffing about.
Pausing to sleep in a streak of sunshine.
Dreaming sweet dreams of the next escapade.
ready to go.
Running and racing then
s l o w.
Eyes seek me out.
my steadfast canine companion.
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Words and images by Terry Boswell
Copyright © 2015 Terry Boswell