Day 6 of 30 in our 2018 NaNoWriMo & November Poem-A-Day (NovPAD challenges…. and I’m running late. I usually post THEN sleep; last night I had to first sleep.

Today is National Nacho Day (Ummm, yummers!), National Saxophone Day (sexy!!!) and – last but most important- USA’s Mid-Election Voting. But let’s go in a totally different direction! NovPAD prompt is ““We always knew when my brother was coming. Everybody knew”.

I have been participating in  Brewer’s  2018 PAD Challenge, since it’s inception. And every Tuesday of a PADchanllenge, Brewer treats us to a bi-polar Two-For Tuesday double prompt. Day 6 does not disappoint – today’s  “contestants” are

Over on Poetry Potion Poem-A-Day Challenge,  Day 6’spromptis “My skin is thinning. My skin is thinning. Am I vanishing?”

Well – I have not been finding other Poem- A-Day challenges; I’ve been going through my long list & it seems that most of them have moved over to April (now that it is the established National Poetry Month).


Give me an hour or two & I’ll have one of yesterday’s poems here.


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Ariel

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