I am excited about this year’s A to Z challenge!
My theme is whimsical, paradoxical and playful. As an aspiring writer and poet, I enjoy playing with words. So, during this journey, I will assume the role of “The Playful Poet”by pairing two seemingly opposite words. And, just to add a wee bit of complexity, I’ll incorporate alliteration when pairing the words. Next, I’ll give you my whimsical take on their combined meaning. And finally, I’ll wrap up each post with a short poem to illuminate the meaning of the words.
I’m also participating in National Poetry Writing Month, NaPoWriMo, so I’ll also be posting one of my poems on Sundays.
Here’s a teaser of The Playful Poet at work with the letter “S”:
Silently Speaking: when facial expressions are louder than the spoken word
She stood firmly with her feet on the ground
fists clenched at her side not making a sound
her eyes squeezed tight
she was ready and prepared for a fight
then her mouth fell open like the dead
a silent scream, but nothing was said
her body restrained from the violence
with the deafening sound of her silence
I hope you’ll stop by and follow me, The Playful Poet, on a whimsical and paradoxical journey from A to Z. I know you’re all busy so I’ll try and keep my posts short – no more than 300 words. Mark your calendars for April 1st – no foolin’
An aspiring poet on
An Artist’s Path