Today’s assignment from Daily Post, Writing 201: Poetry … We were tasked with writing an ode, a drawer (and what you find there), and the apostrophe…which is addressing a specific person or object.
You may be square, and plain, and blue,
But file drawer, how I worry for you.
Inside, you hold magnificent treasure…
Irreplaceable dreams, the muses pleasure.
Words upon words, fill spirals with care,
A three-ring circus of notebooks, there.
Large ones, small ones, thick ones, and thin,
A spectrum of colors, without and within.
Dear file drawer, you hold secrets so dear,
You’re fireproof, I know, yet still I fear.
The tragedies and triumphs, the dramas you hold,
Your safekeeping I trust, for my stories untold.
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