New York challenge mini-challenge: poetry
This is what Jill came up for us to do for the New York mini-challenge this month:
You can write a haiku, a limerick, or heck, even a sonnet (overachiever). Your poem can rhyme, or not. You could even parody a song (and heck, if you do that, I’ll give you two entries!). It just has to be about New York. Because, you know, this is a NY Challenge.
I want to emphasize that this is way out of my comfort zone and Jill said it doesn’t have to be good, so be kind to me. Here’s my pitiful attempt at a haiku about New York:
New York, here I come
during the last week of May.
Call me excited.