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Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:30 pm
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Arcticus says...



Day #26

Not my best. Repeat. Not my best. Just trying to hit that 30 poems mark.

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Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:04 pm
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I remain thoroughly impressed by your NaPo efforts, Arc! Awesome job keeping up with a poem a day and best of luck finishing out the month strong. You've got this!
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Sat Apr 27, 2019 5:05 pm
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Day #27

Not my best. Repeat. Not my best. Just trying to hit that 30 poems mark.

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Sat Apr 27, 2019 5:45 pm
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alliyah says...



Even these short little poem snippets are gems Arcticus - I totally agree with what Coffee said at the start of your napo - each poem is like stepping into a new world your imagery is just so consistently gorgeous.

Lovely little detailing with all the formatting too - I'm not sure how you always make your poems look so professional!

My favorite two are probably the bird/window-sill one and the one about a heart that's too full - both very striking sentiments. We're on the home stretch now - just a few poems left to go!
but i don't think i can ever love someone
who doesn't understand that teal
is a different color than
dark cyan.

  





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Tue Apr 30, 2019 7:33 pm
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Arcticus says...



30/30 done.

A big thank you to everyone who took the time out to read and leave feedback on it during the course of the month. Much appreciated.

INDEX

Day 01 - back home
Day 02 - wherever I go
Day 03 - this I know
Day 04 - rosewater
Day 05 - broken windowpanes
Day 06 - the secrets of being insane
Day 07 - close by
Day 08 - pellets
Day 09 - the ones lost at sea
Day 10 - there was a song in me
Day 11 - love has its own currency
Day 12 - her pale blue
Day 13 - this will do
Day 14 - chrysanthemum kisses
Day 15 - the sun sank
Day 16 - let me love you in my own way
Day 17 - presence
Day 18 - the clay of Adam
Day 19 - don't wake the birds
Day 20 - I've saved up so much love
Day 21 - the man in the lighthouse
Day 22 - earth tones
Day 23 - the rain is like a piano in the distance
Day 24 - درمیان - something between (Urdu poem)
Day 25 - farewell
Day 26 - moonlit steps
Day 27 - cracked earth
Day 28 - wildflowers I
Day 29 - wildflowers II
Day 30 - someday we'll pick where we left off
  





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Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:45 pm
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Awesome job, Arc! I'm so proud of you! :D
Shady, Lord of the Shadows

Knight Vyper, Warrior of the Green Room

"YWS' Supreme Nazi of Grammar"~ As dubbed by Holofernes

Victor of the first ever YWS Hunger Games Event

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Wisteria says...



I know I'm super late (trying to catch up on everyone's NaPo) but damn, this is impressive, not only of the quality but also that organisation and design. Top notch
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