Thursday, 2 August 2012

@Camp NanoWrimo





It’s the first day
Of the next 31 to come,
The stories in my psyche
All race to get the lead.
I choose one to be penned.
For the August camp
@Camp NanoWrimo

Emotions bristle
Finding some rare corners
to start the marathon
that shall go on forever.
To touch some life, somewhere
I’ll add: it all began
@Camp NanoWrimo.

I’ll indite 50000 words
of a new life, a new world
They follow a trajectory
of love, life and loss.
My protagonist talks of her plight
While I enjoy the drive
@Camp NanoWrimo

The usual talkses go on
Till it’s late at night
I advise we bid farewell
To unite again in dreams
And none shall falter
Till we gather ‘round the gleam
@Camp NanoWrimo.




[It said, "Think of new ways to introduce poetical flair into every day examples of writing: the diary, the memo, the “to do” list, the email." This is a new form I've tried with the sign '@Camp NanoWrimo' at the end of each stanza.]

[Vice Versa gave - Follow/Lead & Usual/Rare]
[3 WW gave - Emotion, falter, touch]


28 comments:

  1. How interesting! I really enjoyed the last stanza with the reunion in dreams.

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  3. I too have those stories/poems that race to get the lead in my brain...interesting use of the form. I love opening up myself to something new.

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    1. Writers we are, eh? :D Thanks, Susie! :)

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  4. Good luck with the 31 day challenge. All nicely done Vaishali :)

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  5. I like the way the repeated line makes this poem hold together. It was a good read. My head swirls at the thought of 50,000 words. Way to be brave!

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    1. Haha it's not that difficult if we are able to switch the inner editor off. Thanks for appreciating, Sherry! :)

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  6. You have shared some interesting poetic ideas here! I enjoyed your words and thank you for participating in and supporting Vice/Versa!

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    1. Thanks a ton, Mary! Glad you liked it! :)

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  7. beautiful words!!! good luck for the contest

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  8. What a culmination or shall I say a start there.. perfect..lines..

    And none shall falter
    Till we gather ‘round the gleam
    @Camp NanoWrimo.

    RS:)

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    1. Thanks SO much, Sir! I'm glad to hear from you again. :)

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  9. nice work.. thanks for reading my blog too

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  10. "I advise we bid farewell
    To unite again in dreams" - you are an awesome writer, and improving with every post ... good work :-)

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    1. Thanks a bucket, Amrit! We need to improvise and if that shows in our work, nothing like it, is there? :)

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  11. I second Green Speck....sooooo good Vaishali.....best of luck for nano....

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  12. Even I second Green Speck,, he wrote exactly the same lines that were ringing in my ears after reading this.. great work!

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  13. U r writing for Camp dis month???

    LOL We meet daily but I wsnt even aware of dat!! Nywz amazing poem. U did manage to bring out the daily routine in the poem.

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    1. Hey, Laxmi! Glad to see you here!

      Going for the Camp. Do join. Piorre and I share the same cabin as we did the last time.

      And thanks for appreciating! :)

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