NaWriPoMo: Opening Pandora’s Box

And now, our (optional) prompt. Today’s prompt was suggested by Bruce Niedt. Here’s Bruce’s explanation: take any random song play list (from your iPod, CO player, favorite radio station, Pandora or Spotify , etc.) and use the next five song titles on that randomized list in a poem.  (I used seven song titles.)

Opening Pandora’s Box

holiday engagement 3

Proclaiming the Future

Hey Jude, Here I come.

If I Had You,

we’d be like Pumped Up Kids;

Come Away With Me.

we’ll Slide into Old, On Violet Hill.

Facing the Future

Facing the Future

 

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About Adela

I left a career in corporate leadership and left-brain work (Microbiologist, Chemist, Pest Control, Trained Tongue, Quality Assurance, and Regulatory Affairs.) I jumped feet-first into the world of writing. I am a 2011 BlogHer Voice of the Year Honoree, I am syndicated on BlogHer.com and About.com. I am published on paper in PKA Advocate (literary press), and TribLocal (a section of The Chicago Tribune). I am a monthly feature-writer for the Marengo-Union Times. I finished my first novel and am anxiously awaiting responses from publishers. In my spare-time, I act as a consultant. I am a wife to one, a mother to four, a grandmother of twelve, a daughter among many, and a sister to all.
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