NaPoWriMo April 2021 – 30 Poems In 30 days.

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25/04/2021 – DAY 25

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Divorce Day - An Acrostic

Divorce day dawned.
I was so relieved.
Vast amount of tears,
Overflowed my eyes.
Rings no longer worn.
Could give me freedom.
Ends can be beginings.
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Divorce severs the tie
And life can re-start,
Yet sadness lingers.

©🦊VixenOfVerse, 2021

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Β©Divorce on P.Interest

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Our prompt for today (optional, as always) is to write an β€œoccasional” poem. What’s that? Well, it’s a poem suited to, or written for, a particular occasion. This past January, lots of people who usually don’t encounter poetry got a dose when Amanda Gorman read a poemΒ at President Biden’s inauguration. And then she followed it up withΒ a poem at the SuperbowlΒ (not traditionally an event associated with verse!) The poem you write can be for an occasion in the past or the future, one important to you and your family (a wedding, a birth) or for an occasion in the public eye (the Olympics, perhaps?).

I have decided to write an Acrostic poem about the occasion of my Divorce.

Happy writing! http://www.napowrimo.net

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