#NaPoWriMo: A Poem A Day – Day 9 & 10

Hi everyone! Today is day ten of the national poetry month competition. I missed yesterday, as my Saturday ended up being more full on than I’d anticipated.

Here’s my offering >>>

DAY NINE & TEN

[Instructions:] Day nine asked for a Nonnet, so I’ve incorporated that into today’s challenge, which asks for a love poem. So, here’s my “love nonnet” … 😉

 

You don’t come around often enough

Your absence makes my mouth water

Full of anticipation 

For that guilty pleasure

Your taste on my tongue

Yummy texture

Managed sin

Pizza

Time!

A Nonnet has nine lines and begins with nine syllables. Each line loses a syllable, so we have a syllable count of 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1.

I couldn’t resist writing a Love Nonnet for a certain secret love in my life, which I have to limit my exposure to! I hope you enjoyed this bit of fun.

Have a wonderful day, everyone, and I’ll see you tomorrow with Day Eleven on the NaPoWriMo 30 Day Poetry Challenge 🙂 

 

© Harmony Kent 2022

 

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Jan Sikes

Ah yes! The special spiciness of Pizza! Fun poem, Harmony!

Roberta Eaton Cheadle

I liked this poem, Harmony. It gave me a smile on a dark, gloomy evening.

john howell

Excellent, Harmony. Now I want some.

Jacquie Biggar

Lol, cute!

Yvette M Calleiro

Haha! This was fantastic, Harmony! 🙂

Annette Rochelle Aben

Yeah for pizza time!

Romana

Great combination of two prompts. I love the surprise of the secret lover!🥰🍃

Molly Shea

I’m discovering I have to limit my love for a lot of foods these days. What I really crave right now is chocolate Easter eggs. I don’t care what kind. I can’t have the sugar or carbs. Pizza is also another thing I can’t have.I enjoyed your poem.

Gwen

This was so much fun and very clever. I’ve never tried this form, but you’ve inspired me. Big hugs, Harmony. 🤗

Donna M Day

Fun!

Joan Hall

Clever! I was starting to wonder… 🙂

Joan Hall

Nothing wrong with that! 😀

Priscilla Bettis

You had me going there, Harmony. Pizza, I can relate!