National Poetry Writing Month Poem #5 – Easter Haiku

The optional theme for Day 5 of NaPoWriMo is to choose an Emily Dickinson poem, take out the dashes and put it into a block of prose. Then put it back into poetry form, adding or subtracting words. I struggled with this and while I really like the challenge, I simply don’t have the time at present to give it the required attention.

I have opted instead for an Easter haiku that was written as a bit of fun while I try very hard to ignore all the chocolate that is around me at the moment. I’m sure some of you can relate to that! So a few days late, here is my Day 5 poem –

Cadbury’s Creme Eggs
can call to me all they want
I will not listen

©Siobhán McNamara

creme egg

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One Response to National Poetry Writing Month Poem #5 – Easter Haiku

  1. Ron. says:

    Ha! We should all be so strong!

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