Thursday, April 22, 2010

NaPoWriMo #22: Perfectly Flawed

For the prompt at Readwritepoem

(This piece doesn't have a title yet. It's a little bit of word play incorporating grammar jokes and science jokes among others, and also the fact that averaging out the features of human faces produces a composite that is judged more beautiful than any of the individual faces.)

(All NaPoWriMo poems have now been removed for possible editing and submissions. Contact me if you would like to read them.)

6 comments:

Kay McKenzie Cooke. said...

Very clever - I like it.

poemblaze said...

I like this too. An average name in lights... :-)

flaubert said...

Good poem Catherine and thanks for the prompt.
Pamela

Julie Jordan Scott said...

Ohhh... I like this a lot!! Fantastic!

I enjoyed writing to your prompt, also!

My Day 22 Poem is "Squall Blows"

James said...

I like this a lot. Science and literature blend in such natural and wonderful and wonderful ways.

namingconstellations said...

Very clever weaving of the chemistry bits... maybe "Nobility" for a title?