Friday, April 8, 2011

NaPoWriMo: 30 NEW Writing Prompts for National Poetry Month 2011

8. Turn your paper so that it’s in the landscape position. Write a poem about God or the universe or the horizon of the ocean with longer lines and see what happens... OK how exactly do we do this???? LOL ... OURS IS...

upon the horizon where the sun sets in gold,
near the edge of the universe, where God is we're told,
in oceans of blue and stardust of light, the moon is rising with all of his might,
and as the Earth turns from the shade of the sun, leading the way to our beloved one, we sleep in our awareness, allowing time to fade,
hoping we find one more day we can trade
for the moment of life times to share when we're old,
upon the horizon where the sun sets in gold.


We want to thank Deirdra Eden-Coppel for our very first award .... how exciting !!


  1. Pretty poem. I like the images you chose. :-)

  2. Not a poet am I! But your beautiful words remind me of a scene I wrote yesterday in the book I'm working on, Accidental SEAL, a love story. The hero is dreaming about walking the sand on a windy sunlit morning, with the young woman he now knows he loves. He'd like to see the light dance in her face as she glows from their long night of love making.

  3. I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Creative Blog Award.
    Go to and pick up your award.

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  5. Beautiful...

    ♥ ஆεlεɳa ~.^

  6. Congratulations upon the award for your blog.
    I love this poem. It is beautiful.