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Driving Home – (Tanka Tuesday#220)

For utmost impact

Make sure you’re exact,

Keep words both simple and clear.

To drive a point home

In full monochrome;

You need to be ‘quite’ austere.

-o0o-

A spelling mistake

Can cause a headache,

Grammatical ones are worse.

These are a decoy

From ‘the’ real McCoy;

Truly, a messenger’s curse.

-o0o-

Are points in the plot

Like … a … dot to dot,

Easy to follow and flow?

Do the words enthral

With an action call;

If so; you’re ready to go!

(Alouette)

This post is inspired by Denise’s Six Sentence Story – prompt HOME. Click through with the links, if you, too, would like to join in …

And … the Alouette by Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Challenge POET’S CHOICE

Tis also Day 6 of National Poetry Writing Month

18 Comments »

  1. lol*
    damn!**

    * enjoyed from the first word
    *compliment on the creativity and skill needed to bring such a delightful arrangement of words (and thoughts) into the world

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