Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Truth About Blank - Day 24 of Poem-a-Day

The prompt for Day 24 of Poem-a-Day comes from Beth Cato: "Take the phrase “The Truth About (blank),” replace the blank with a new word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then, write the poem."

Okay, so I bent the rules a little. Mine is called, "The Truth About Blank." Yeah, yeah, I'm slapping these together lately because I'm trying to . . . **pant, pant** . . .  stay caught up.

See below for my attempt.

Photo by Billy Alexander

The truth about
blank is that it
can be anything
you want, no risk
of rejection when
options are unlimited,
no risk for failure
when you set the limits.
Blank is fresh, ready
to fill with anything
you desire. Blank can be
clear or confused,
you choose.


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