Each and Every
Each person is born to turn into a memory.
Every beginning is the beginning of an end.
Eerie the truths we start to face with time.
Earnest philosophers find a happy ending.
Elders will soon become the newly borne.
Eiderdown falls to rise again.
Either we believe this, or we spend
eternity trying to know it.
Every ending is also a beginning.
NaPoWriMo Prompt: Write a poem backwards. Start with the last line and work your way up the page to the beginning. Another way to go about this might be to take a poem you’ve already written, and flip the order of the lines and from there, edit it so the poem now works with its new order. (I selected the first alternative.)
WordPress Prompt: Fearful Symmetry—write a poem where every line begins with the same letter.