NaPoWriMo day 4: What the broom says

We’ve spent two days on a story, and now we’re going to continue to play with point of view.

Write a poem exploring that same story from the point of view of an object (the broom, the chair that breaks, the kettle).

I’m psyched about this one! I love embodying–or en-voicing–the inanimate object.

From “The Six Swans,” I have the ball of yarn, the needle the sister uses to sew her shirts of aster flowers, the logs waiting to be lit or the timber she’s tied to–maybe more.

Have fun!

*** Poem fom day 4 (up about a day–and then “poof”, it will be gone) ***

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(Still playing with the story of the six swans, this poem was in the voice of the needle the sister used to sew the shirts.)