NaPoWriMo Day 12: Love on the Fast Track

Love on the Fast Track

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Today’s prompt was to pick both a common concrete noun and a noun for something intangible, then to Google the tangible noun to find some sentences using it and to replace that tangible noun in those sentences with the intangible noun, then to use those sentences to create (or inspire) a poem. My least favorite prompt ever. This was the result. Now, check out this video:

4 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo Day 12: Love on the Fast Track

  1. Ann O'Neal Garcia

    Your sense of satire is alive and well. I fear the Internet is changing our world to a point of almost turning it upside down. People used to sit and talk on porch swings and people used to go out on a first date after meeting in real time. One good thing: now the woman can be the pursuer. Judy, you have keen wit and intelligence and obviously a thorough understanding of pop. culture.


    1. grieflessons Post author

      Thanks, Ann. There are certainly advantages of having the entire world open to meeting that “someone,” but I know what you mean about the world changing so fast that it is hard to imagine what it will be like in 100 years. Luckily(?) we won’t have to worry about it. Oh. Wait. . .



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