If you needed a reason to click on this article, this sentence should be that reason. (You know, quality reading material should be reason enough in and of itself, but eh.)
A one hundred percent true recount of the time I tried to interact with nature. I learned my lesson about the food chain, that’s for sure … but at least I felt like a Disney princess for a little bit, until I figured out how drastically different their lives are from mine. They can get animals to do their chores and I can barely get one to take a carrot from me? Not fair.
If you’ve liked the other poems I’ve written based on interpreting different colors in the form of pantoums, I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one. 🙂
The easiest, most effective way to create a fictional world for your story! To build a world, all you need is the ability to think! 🙂
(…Maybe that’s why there used to be more of us…)
I’m continuing with the thing I started last week, where I interpret a color in the poetic form of pantoums. Today, as according to the title of this post, I wrote two for the color orange.
I thought I might talk about a few writer-ly things about myself in the form of a brief backstory.
I combined my love of color interpretation with my favorite form of poetry. Sometimes, you have to do something nice for yourself, and for some reason, for me that would be this new short series of color themed poetry. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it. 🙂