Tuesday, April 12, 2016
NaPoWriMo Day 12 prompt: write your own index poem. You could start with found language from an actual index, or you could invent an index, somewhat in the style of this poem by Thomas Brendler. Happy writing!
Baby boomers, move to the suburbs
Backyard revolutions, begin with BBQ pits
Beavers, lose their homes
Behavioral ecology, is forgotten
Being where you are, is where it's at
Bicycles, the old that is new transportation
Biodiversity in backyards, begin with bird feeders
Bird songs, follow
Bonding, occurs between man and nature
Botanical sense of place, is the ultimate appreciation
Brain gap, starts to appear
Burial, is required
Button parks, the final resting place.
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