NAPoWriMo 2013, Day 4

Today’s prompt is to write a poem from a title drawn from a spaceship name that comes from Iain M. Banks. So this is my poem about being silly. NAPoWriMo 2013, Day 4: Now You’re Being Silly When you jump up and down in the rain and you fly your hands in the air, now you’re being silly. When you laugh out loud while eating worms, now you’re being silly. When you ride down the road on a bicycle built for two, now you’re being silly. When you play the piano with your toes, now you’re being silly. When you stand on your head while wearing  a dress, now you’re being silly. When you bob for fish instead of apples, now you’re being silly. When you walk down the road with your cat on your head, now you’re being silly. When you got to work with leotards and clown shoes, now you’re being silly. When you juggle with spaghetti, now you’re being silly. When you drink milk out of the hole in a paper cup, now you’re being silly.

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Tammy Patterson

Web, graphic & print designer. Portrait, modeling, landscape, and wildlife photographer.

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