Day 20: Writers Challenge – Mind, Body, & Soul

With only 10 days left in our challenge, I cannot even begin to express how proud I am of you for sticking around this long. I have taken so many things away from my writing this month. I also feel more able to adapt with all the different styles I have tried. It can be difficult to come out of your comfort zone. To try something, you could potentially fail at. The thing to remember is that you could fail at anything, but you will not know if you do not try. When I say try, I mean really put in the effort to know if you can be successful. Somedays what you write may not come across how you meant but that just means you try again. You keep trying no matter what. It is also important to celebrate all your wins. It does not matter how big or how small they are important.

Today we are going to work hard at pushing through, no matter what else is going on. Push yourself and never stop pushing yourself. Poetry is so challenging even if it seems simplistic. You read these powerful lines written down, some are long some are short, but each equally impactful. Create a new poem today. Something that takes you out of your zone and into the stars. Today I chose a Limerick Poem. This form is a five-line poem where lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme and lines 3 and 4 rhyme as well.

Toilet paper again low in stock. Should we really be in shock. Desperate times, the panic comes out. Everyone screams and shouts. Just make sure you check your locks.

I know it seems silly, but I had to do it. Supplies everywhere are running low again. The pandemic is in full swing. We need to find laughter where we can.

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