These are the novels, stories, and blog posts tagged with National Poetry Month.
Poem - My Father's Ring

On the thirthieth day of National Poetry Month, I present a poem about battle and fighting for a cause.

Poem - A Child is Born

For the twenty-ninth day of National Poetry Month, I wrote about poem about my son's first breath.

Poem - Love Among Girls

For the twenty-eight day of National Poetry Month, the theme is forbidden lesbian lovers.

Poem - Fifty-Three Years

On the twenty-seventh day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a poem about my marriage.

Poem - A Child On a Bed So Soft

On the twenty-sixth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little poem about losing a child.

Poem - Yes, Sir, I Understand

For the twenty-fifth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little poem about slavery and racism.

Poem - She Speaks For Death

For the twenty-fourth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little spoiler for a novel I'm planning on writing.

Poem - Kill Them All

Content Warning for Suicide and Murder For the twenty-third day of National Poetry Month, I have a poem about the horrors of growing up.

Poem - Pumps and Gears

For the twenty-second day of National Poetry Month, I have a poem about steam engines.

Poem - The Stone and I Breathe

For the first and twenty day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a poem about attuning oneself to rock.

Poem - Wisps of Clouds

For the twentieth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little poem about flying. There is something about fliers I love, both the joy of losing oneself in the clouds but also the freedom to move.

Poem - Unexpected Reduction of Memories

For the nineteenth day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a poem about how telepaths view the world.

Poem - Ageless and Invulnerable

For the eighteenth day of National Poetry Month, I present a little poem about being immortal. Remarkably, I'm not fond of immortals as a theme.

Poem - I Am Shadows

For National Poetry Month, I present another poem for day seventeen: I Am Shadows. This is a little piece about assassins using shadow magic.

Poem - Drifting Thoughts

On the sixteenth day of April, I present another poem for National Poetry Month. Today we have a little piece about high society and telepathy.

Poem - Damn the Sands

There are three parts to the so-called war between the sun and moon clans: Mifúno. Mifúno is the personification of the desert, kind of a combination of bad luck and death combined into one.

Poem - The Desert Sleeps

On the fourtheenth days of April, I present another poem for National Poetry Month. Today, the poem is about the conflict between Tachìra and Chobìre, the source of most clan's magic. This also ties into the creation myth for the north western part of the desert.

Poem - Hush Child

On the thirteenth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little lullaby. I like cadence poetry a lot more than rhyming. In this case, you have 2/3/3/3 syllable pattern. It also fits the pattern I sing to my kids when they are feeling sick.

Poem - He Said Yes!

For a little sweetness, I wrote a little poem about a trans girl finding a boyfriend. I figured it was a good unicorn chaser to yesterday's poem but also because there are parts of my world that is accepting of trans and queers.

Poem - Burnt Hills and Embers

I've organized much of my planned ideas for future novels and stories around three phases related to a world war that marks the passage of Fedran from a world of magic to one of industry and steampunk.

Poem - Soft Browns

For the ninth day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a little poem about racism.

Poem - Black Skinned Monsters

For the ninth day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a little poem about racism.

Poem - Inscribing the Rune

On the eighth day of National Poetry Month, I return to one of my favorite topics: crafting.

Poem - A Stranger

For the seventh day of National Poetry Month, I have a little one about body integrity dysphoria or the feeling like a limb doesn't belong to yourself.

Poem - I Love Them All

So, to contrast yesterday's poem for National Poetry Month, I have a poem about polyamory.

Poem - Leaving My Love

On the fifth day of National Poetry Month, I have a little poem about asexuality.

Poem - Sand Bites Hard Now

On the fourth day of National Poetry Month, I write a little poem with my least favorite pattern: rhyming.

Poem - Spin, Drop, Slice

On the third day of National Poetry Month, I have a littlie poem about martial practice.

Poem - Bunny Tail

For the second day of National Poetry Month, I wrote a little poem about the sexualization and biases of the dalpre as they integrate into society as "free" people.

Poem - Waiting for Change

For the first day of the month, I wanted to start with a poem about manifesting powers.

National Poetry Month

I've decided to participate with National Poetry Month for the first time. In my case, this means I'm going to write a poem a day in April. As with the rest of my writing this decade, these poems are going to be focused on Fedran.