NaPoWriMo 2017: Picture-verse P-V

By the third week of April, the writing fatigue started to show and I got a bit lax, skipping a few days and then binge-writing. But I pulled it off. I must add that I’ve also been doing my daily YourQuote poem in addition to these. A couple of times, I doubled up the same poem to also fit that day’s NaPoWriMo A-Z prompt. (Also read A-HI-O and W-Z here.)

P is for Pillowtalk

(feat. Reema)

Q is for Quiet

R is for Retail Therapy

S is for Shadow-boxing

(the day I cheated but not quite because this one is the truest truth I’ve written all April. In other news, the darkness is back.)

T is for Trampilicious

I’m not pretty or delicate. And neither is my poetry.

U is for U-turns

Remembering an ex, but what’s the use of those unless you can turn them into writing?

V is for Vhee!

Read the entire April A-Z 2017 collection of picture-poems:



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6 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo 2017: Picture-verse P-V

  1. vishalbheeroo April 29, 2017 at 15:06 Reply

    It’s the treasure trove of words and you should compile them in a book, Ramya:)


    • IdeaSmith May 5, 2017 at 00:00 Reply

      Sorry I couldn’t reply to this earlier. I just realised I wrote 51 picture-poems through April. So I’m a bit written out. I don’t think all of them are great but I like some of the ones that turned out. Thank you for all the encouragement and support!

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      • vishalbheeroo May 5, 2017 at 00:08

        You are a perfectionist. All of them are brilliantly done. A real pleasure.


  2. […] questions on love, ownership, boundaries and shame. And it showed in verse. You can read A-H , P-V and […]


  3. […] it in with April A-Z. I also made every day a picture-poem. Here’s week 1. (Also read I-O, P-V and […]


  4. […] April 2017 was a month of 51 picture poems. That is why I haven’t blogged all month. Here’s the last edition of the April A-Z. The others were my daily YourQuote pieces. (Also read A-H, I-O and P-V) […]


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