Day 13 NaPoWriMo 2021

Napowrimo Write tomorrow’s news. (Found Poetry
sourced from today’s UK Met Office report)

Tomorrow’s Weather Report

When it’s nearly today,
light might dry clear.
Brightness will level, and
winds will shine sheer,
and bit by bit odd nights
we’ll hear – spells, a few,
and idle words like rain.
Mist might probably form
on the plains of Dartmoor.

Poetic Asides: Lucky or Unlucky

Does It Snow in Madrid?

It’s sharp 8 o’clock.
The radio snaps on, and it’s
the national weather report.

Hoy será soleado y cálido.
Máximos 25C. Mínimos 15C.

Internet radio, and I think, How
lucky they are, as I watch snow
swirling around a car driving by.

The Poeming’s Found Poetry Challenge


The Poeming’s Found poetry challenge using Silence of the Lambs for source material, and illustrated with Hieronymus Bosch’s “Garden of Earthly Delights” painting.

Shared with @Experimentsinfc #APoemADay on Twitter   © Misky 2021

12 responses to “Day 13 NaPoWriMo 2021”

  1. 3 gems, Misky. i esp liked the ekphrastic. I have no idea how anyone can manage responding to more than 1 prompt daily, especially such diverse ones, Salute.
    I know I’ve stopped in here before (apparently on a random basis, for which I apologize) and don’t know how/why you weren’t on my “Reader” list. But now you are, and I’m glad.
    See you around!

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    1. Thank you, Ron. 😊


    2. ps: I’ve reciprocated.


  2. It was clear this morning with a big red sun rising above frosty grass. This art of Norfolk is notorious for mist and sea frets. But I love that kind of weather. I love the sounds in ‘winds will shine sheer’ and the phrase ‘idle words like rain’, something we’re all familiar with! Your found poem made me smile! And the man picked out of a hat!


    1. That should say ‘This part of Norfolk’! I was eating a Liberte mango yogurt at the same time as typing!


      1. I actually thought “art of Norfolk” in that connection was darned clever!

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    2. Did you know that ‘sea fret’ is a Northern term? I had to look it up. I thought it might be a fog, but I wasn’t 100% certain.

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      1. I always thought it was from Norfolk! I really like it when they roll in off the sea like ghostly tumbleweed. I honestly expect to spirits emerge from the mist, especially along the Norfolk coast.


        1. Pop down to the section named Nomenclature at

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          1. I have head it called a haar around here.

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  3. A good day’s work then, I take it. Mist isn’t high on my favourites list; plays havoc with my bronchials. Makes me cough, but then chocolate can do the same sometimes, and it’s high on my favourites list. 😂


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