The Prompt for the NaPoWriMo today was “Today, let’s rewrite a famous poem, giving it our own spin. While any famous poem will do, if you haven’t already got one in mind, why not try your own version of Cesar Vallejo’s Black Stone Lying on a White Stone? If you’re not exactly sure how such a poem could be “re-written,” check out this recent poem by Stephen Burt, which riffs on Vallejo’s. Happy writing!” I chose this Shakespeare sonnet.


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Hitherto thy liberty in a free rides the day
Betrothed and adighting to abear their presence
Altogetherness enjoys the liberty with a bouquet
A blossoming bud threatening to flagrance
The pleasing camaraderie soothing the heavenly sojourn
Igniting the clem of passion mounting like a thunderous cloud
With some chike and feel playing to the nocturne
Daysprings and dewfall dove to be wowed
Days and years seems to be a passing number
As thee mould into loadstar roles profound with love
That millions of strange shadows on thee tend to purr
And thee but one, can every shadow lend the ladylove
With panache in all the external grace thee have some part
But none, none like thee for a constant heart



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http://andiwrite.com/ – Hrishikesh