The Sun’s Set – A Review

So much consistent applause for this show

It seems almost clich├ęd to join in

But this is one that faultlessly runs day into night

Night after night

Responding fearlessly to the high pressure

Of repeat performances

With magical lighting

Sound effects delightful

Words cannot capture the exquisite beauty

Her Infinite variety of displays

Fearless artistic improvisation

Every evening

Leading her co-stars on stage

With the most brilliant first, Venus

Then too many to mention by name that follow

Except, the Moon

A sickle crescent now – 

Wait until she shines full

Happily, I would watch this every evening

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n.b. www.napowrimo.net Day 27 prompt: Write a review in poem form of something that may not usually get reviews.

Christopher Perry

27th April, 2020

Sayoran in 3 Syllables

Breakfasllllloooooooowwwwwwwww

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n.b. That most important meal of the day – don’t rush it.

Minimalist poetry.

I am calling these randomone word poems‘Sayoran’ after the American writer, Adam Sayoran.

He is credited with adapting the minimalist artistic form to poetry.

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Christopher Perry

16th April, 2020