My morning…

Day 13 – March SOLSC #sol17

This poem is an attempt at capturing my chaotic morning without just writing a narrative.  After a long day of thinking and rubric writing, I’m a little surprised that I’m not taking the “easy” way.  I love Poetry, but I’m definitely not as comfortable writing it.  I’m getting there though.  Baby steps.

Morning Chaos

 

Alarm blaring

Too much snoozing

Running around like a lunatic

 

Sleepy, cranky, whiney daughter

“Come on we have to get to Grandma’s”

Dragged her out in her pajamas

 

Rushing down the stairs – why do we live on the 3rd floor?

Bags in one hand, daughter’s hand in the other

Frantically get everything into the car – seat belts on!

 

Car roars to life

Beep beep beep – Warning!!!

Oh no! Very, very, very low tire pressure

 

No time to deal with tires

Off to Grandma’s we go

Quickly switch cars

 

Check the time – ahhh!

Feel the panic building – But…

Can’t leave without my coffee

 

Finally in the car

Off I go – no speeding 

Fingers crossed the traffic isn’t too bad

 

Pull into the parking lot

Only 10 minutes late

Grab my bags and go

 

Time to work on writing rubrics

Find a seat, take a deep breath

Wow! It’s 8:45 and I’m exhausted – Thank you daylight saving time

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8 thoughts on “My morning…

  1. I loved this poem. You did a great job expressing your morning. Your first lines really caught me “Alarm blaring, Too much snoozing, Running around like a lunatic.” I could really identify with it. Been there and done that several times.

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  2. Your poem does have a great pace to it, fast, yet paused but lines like “Very, very, very low tire pressure” and “Can’t leave without my coffee.” The repetition in one and the idea of the other seem to interject their importance into the otherwise quick rhythm of the rest of the piece. Nicely done!

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  3. I’m convinced that the Monday after “spring forward” should be a national holiday. Your poem makes a good argument for that. Very creative!

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