Practice: A One-Word Poem #NaPoWriMo18 #NPM2018

Practice
  a
p act
     i
  act
  ac   e
  a
 r
    t

Practice

a
pact
i
act
ace
art

lemonada

Notes: This week, I read Bob Raczka’s delightful children’s poetry book, Lemonade and Other Poems Squeezed from a Single Word.  Raczka uses only the letters in the word he’s chosen to create the poem and then arranges the letters down the page in the order that they appear in the word. This gives an interesting visual effect that I found pleasing.

6 thoughts on “Practice: A One-Word Poem #NaPoWriMo18 #NPM2018

  1. Once again, so impressed with this poem! It is amazing how playing with letters can make such a dramatic difference!

  2. Love this so much that I had to look up the book and give it a try.

    Everlasting

    learn
    resting
    as
    salt
    sting

    Not sure if it works. I had on my desk “Tuck Everlasting”.

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