NaPoWriMo / GloPoWriMo 2018 – Day 2 – “A Cocktail of Cryptic Metaphors” by David Ellis

Hello everybody.

I’m already nearly a couple of days behind for National Poetry Writing Month, so it looks like we are off to a good start!

Let’s get down to brass tacks and I will write a poem for you all right now. I will add further links to other poems that I’ve unearthed for Day 2 later to the ones that I will post below after my own poem.

I’m also going off-piste today when it comes to the official napowrimo.net daily prompt but don’t tell anyone, it will be our little secret. (Or as much as a secret it can be with me announcing it to the general public!)

 

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“A Cocktail of Cryptic Metaphors” by David Ellis

Finding peace in the puzzle
Bringing you closer to who you really are
Life is often far from subtle
A cocktail of cryptic metaphors

Confusing inevitability with destiny
Keeping us lying awake for nights and days
Tired of dreaming in black and white
Reflections of the past that cannot be changed

No-one should be left to face this world alone
What’s inside you is also inside me
Every promise that we have made
Should never come as a surprise or filled with lies
It’s up to us to blaze a path cushioned with velvet skies

There’s no need to hide behind stars of your own making
The sound of celebration is our salvation
It’s never too late to walk these streets together
Mysteries are kept in the heart waiting to be discovered
Today might not explain tomorrow but tomorrow just might explain today

 

Still want more? Well then, how about some more entries for Day 2 of NaPoWriMo. I’ll be adding to this list regularly whenever I find more content, so happy reading of some amazing poetry from a wonderful community 🙂

1. Scrambled, Not Fried – Fourteen Year-Old Pediatrician
2. MY FEELINGS MY FREEDOM – NaPoWriMo Day 2: Shades of Love
3. 1st Non-Manuscript – Charlene Delfin’s second blog – Day 2: Undulating
4. Tidbits by Shannon – april showers
5. RIVRVLOGR – Indecision
6. Zouxzoux – Light is a Thing that Flies
7. Somethings I Think About-Annell – IT IS NOT A PLACE
8. VOYAGE CITIES – poetry blog of m.j.smith – A Man and a Woman and a Name Are One
9. fresh poetry – they waited
10. Voyagedesmots – Echoes
11. words in your eyes – A Poem for Judy
12. WHAT LIFE SAID TO ME – NaPoWriMo Day 2 : I Believe in You
13. CREATIVELY UNDEAD MINDS – GloPoWriMo 2/30
14. method two madness – April 2, 2018
15. erbiage – Anume
16. Ileea (Swedish) – Aprillyrik dag 2 – Hela vägen
17. LILLIAN THE HOME POET – Faith Haibun
18. Flutterby’s NaPoWriMo – 2018 DAY 2 – TIFFANY’S WINTER
19. this and other poems – 2/4
20. Poetic Pixels – Silver, April’s Color
21. ARHtistic License – Radiant
22. SOUL STRUCTURED LINES – NAPOWRIMO DAY 2
23. JIM’S LITTLE PHOTO AND POEM PLACE – Stopped Dead
24. Rhyme and Reason – Poetry Meets Film Reviews – Marjorie Prime (2017)
25. KATIE STATEN – NaPoWriMo #2 – Questions
26. Summer Blues – A Poetry Blog – The Book and the Reader
27. Poetry by Hasen – The Right Dog
28. Purple Mountain Poetry – THIS FOOLISH WOMAN
29. CLAIREVETICA – PARK HAIKU
30. QUEST FOR WHIRLED PEAS – Prayer and Response
31. ORDINARY AVERAGE THOUGHTS – 88 and counting (duet version)
32. Brittany’s Blog of Random Things – NaPoWriMo Day 2: Snow Bird
33. Yesterday and today: Merril’s historical musings – Hope Rises and Falls, Like Us All: NaPoWriMo, Day 2
34. ORIENTATION::QUILTER – Day Two NaPoWriMo 2018
35. TAROT PROSE – Three Perspectives
36. What Rhymes with Stanza? – Three Traps
37. inktuition – NaPoWriMo 2018 Day 2: a to-and-fro on commitment
38. Emily Ramser – 4/2/18
39. Voiceless Fricative – THE MAN IN BLUE

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