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Sometimes I write humorous verse… NaNoWriMo edition

NaNoWriMo crest

Lines Written on October 31

Farewell, my friends from NaNoWriMo,
I won’t be seein’ you as of tomorrow.

You’ll be obsessing over daily quotas,
And I won’t care more than — 2 iotas.

You’ll eschew that dreaded delete key,
And I will nap beneath a pine tree.

You’ll develop eye rings like bruises,
I’ll be cavorting with my muses.

In the end you’ll shelve that hurried novel,
And back to your family you’ll grovel.

Ultimately, my November’s happy,
While yours, I really have to think, is crappy.

12 comments on “Sometimes I write humorous verse… NaNoWriMo edition

  1. 1WriteWay
    October 31, 2013

    Thanks for the support, Kevin 😉

  2. Charlotte Cuevas
    October 31, 2013

    I love your snark, and I feel the same way about NaNoWriMo. I’ve got enough on my hands with my poetry- I’ll be enjoying November without the added pain!

    • Kevin Brennan
      October 31, 2013

      Can’t get enough snark! Thanks for visiting. BTW, I read some of your poems this morning — really superb!

      • Charlotte Cuevas
        October 31, 2013

        Totally agree, I thrive on sarcasm 😉 Thanks so much for reading!

  3. lnahay
    October 31, 2013

    Isn’t every month NanoWriMo??????

  4. Phillip McCollum
    November 1, 2013

    My wife encourages me to take up NaNoWriMo because it keeps me from groveling for at least one month out of the year.

    • Kevin Brennan
      November 1, 2013

      I think I see the method in her madness now… Good luck!

  5. Kevin Brennan
    October 31, 2014

    Reblogged this on WHAT THE HELL and commented:

    Here’s my annual stick in the eye to all the NaNoWriMo people out there. All in good fun!
    Good luck to everyone who’s about to Roll Out For The Misery Tour! See you in December.

  6. ericjbaker
    October 31, 2014

    **buying this man a beer**

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