#FallWritingFrenzy - Shift Happens

Hello October! Hello new writing challenge!

Today I am sharing a reverso poem based on the picture below for my entry into the Fall Writing Frenzy challenge. 

Fall- Credit: Vino Li / Unsplash
SHIFT HAPPENS

I heed the signs

of tufts, fuzz and fur.

The waxing and waning

I must do

when I moon.

"It's just a phase."

The unaware find howlarious

phrases that

feed my predilection for

carnivorous fragrances and flavors

to fuel me

when shift happens.

I am aware wolf.


I am aware wolf

when shift happens.

To fuel me -

carnivorous fragrances and flavors

feed my predilection for

phrases that

the unaware find howlarious.

"It's just a phase."

When I moon,

I must do

the waxing and waning

of tufts, fuzz and fur.

I heed the signs.

©2021, Bridget Magee. All Rights Reserved.

 


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