NaPoWriMo Day 24: American Sentences

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On the Way to School
She ran into my car! The side mirror—no, I didn’t move an inch!

Laying in Bed on a Stormy Night After Taking Out the Recycling
As the wind picks up, I can hear bottles and cans making their escape.

On the Way to School
She ran into my car! The side mirror—no, I didn’t move an inch!

Laying in Bed on a Stormy Night After Taking Out the Recycling
As the wind picks up, I can hear bottles and cans making their escape.

Outside Padelford Hall
Vegan power! His shirt proclaims, as he smokes, huddled against the rain.

Secret Admirer
A Valentine’s Day surprise at my front door; the letter reads “Love you, Mom”.





So I just learned about this poetic form called the American sentence and I decided to try it out. It’s a bit of a play on the haiku form, with 17 syllables, but it’s done as just one line instead of the 5-7-5 form of a haiku. It’s fun! Read more about it here.


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