For NaPoWriMo 2020
reH pum naH
I am an old tree. Apple most likely.
I could tempt a head into a turn
years ago. My mother once said,
“Where’d you get that cute little arse.”
I see Mum when I look in the mirror.
Well, not really; she’s dead, but there
are laughable similarities.
Two twigs off the same limb, although
I walked the verge more often, and
she believed warts came from frogs,
and it’d be unkind to say she couldn’t cook.
Millie B can cook, and her figure proves it.
Who’s Millie B you ask. It doesn’t matter.
Funny that I ended up writing poetry.
Mum said she hated poetry; that rhyming.
Mine doesn’t rhyme, I said, and then
she frowned — then it’s not poetry.
Mum’s full stop was like a boulder.
She had ideas about things, like
warts from frogs, and you’d go blind
if you picked your nose.
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