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Refrigerator (magnetic poetry)



Today's challenge from NaPoWriMo was to compose "a poem that addresses itself or some aspect of itself."

I have a lot of magnetic poetry. It covers most of one side of the refrigerator. Removing it has become a necessary, tedious ritual whenever I move homes, which has happened four times with this increasingly large collection. When we moved just three weeks ago, I took time to arrange the magnets more usefully by parts of speech. I thought this would make it easier. But although I like writing poetry this way, and although I'm writing a poem every day for National Poetry Month, it just wasn't happening.

Until today's challenge. I knew immediately which aspect of a poem I wanted to address. I went to the refrigerator...
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