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OCTPOWRIMO 2016 – DAY 17 – SAVORY – “CORNY”

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OCTPOWRIMO 2016 – DAY 17 – SAVORY – “CORNY” octpowrimo2016c

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Today is the 17th day of October Poetry Writing Month, and the prompt word is ‘savory’. 🙂

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“CORNY”

Scarecrow guards

cornfield mild

Voracious blackbirds

Observant and wild

Relishing savories

Your crop defiled

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© 2016 BS

OCTPOWRIMO – POEMS – DAY # 31 – SCARECROW

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Today is the last day of the OctPoWriMo poetry challenge…31 poems in 31 days. It’s been fun again this year. I’ve met some fantastic poets, and learned a few things along the way. Until we meet again, I wish everyone the best in your writing adventures! 🙂

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SCARECROW

The scariest thing I’ll ever see,

Is a scarecrow staring back at me…

What’s going on in that head of straw,

Grinning with his sewn on maw?

Seeing with unblinking eyes…

Take it from me – a word to the wise.

You can’t trust the rustle of wind in his hair…

In a cornfield maze, you must beware.

Go out there on a sunny day,

Believe me you will lose your way.

It’s a trick the scarecrow loves to play…

A ruse to keep you there all day.

Now, if you dare the cornfield row,

And if you feel you really must go…

I’ve warned you well, and now you know…

Never turn your back on a spooky scarecrow.

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