Today, I decided to undertake the challenge of following the NaPoWriMo daily prompt. I have written a Tritina, which you can learn more about here: http://www.napowrimo.net/day-seven-3/
I wander the lonely field at night,
my footsteps guided by the moon
that rises over yonder forest.
I never venture into the forest;
the ghosts there are too thick at night.
Aroused, they bellow at the moon
I gaze up at the crescent moon
that hangs above the looming forest.
Ghostly calls tempt me this night.
Ghosts own the forest and the moon rules the night.
2 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo: Ghosts”
Lovely tritina. I really loved the last line that ties it all together. 😀 #LoveandInk
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