#NaPoWriMo Day 14 ‘Thoughtful Spot’ #poetrymonth #April #Poems #Haiku #SilentSunday @A_AMilne

NaPoWriMo

National Poetry Writing Month is a poetry writing challenge to write a poem a day, which takes place every year in April. Follow the link to find out more, be inspired, get daily prompts and meet other poets!

Day 14, poem, ‘Thoughtful Spot’ was inspired by a Twitter post I read today by A. A. Milne, about Winnie the Pooh.

Thoughtful Spot

Sit in thoughtful spot,
Warm yet out of wind. Sit down,
Hear, watch and wonder.

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We all need time to be mindful  to stop, sit and think before we carry on with our busy lives.

I have favourite places, but fortunately, my thoughtful spot is anywhere I can jot down ideas for poems, stories or novels, in a car, waiting for the bus, taking a walk, reading my Twitter feed or blogs I follow, speaking to a student or colleague, boring meetings tend to inspire me as my mind drifts… I just need somewhere to take notes, as I don’t like to lose that fleeting thought that may never return.

 

5 thoughts on “#NaPoWriMo Day 14 ‘Thoughtful Spot’ #poetrymonth #April #Poems #Haiku #SilentSunday @A_AMilne

  1. A lovely Haiku Luccia – love the way the reader is encouraged twice to sit. Something we don’t do enough of probably. Thanks for sharing! I am a Creative Life Coach with a poetry blog and here is today’s post about a mindful moment beside the river!

    https://peacockpoetryblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/27/poet-tree/

    I am also on Instagram as #coachingcreatively, let’s follow each other if you use this medium? You can also find me on Facebook under Sam Allen wearing a bright red and orange hat!

    I love connecting with fellow creatives as you can see!

    Sunny greetings from Switzerland!

    Sam 🙂

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