“Outside My Window,” #Cinquain, #NaPoWritMo

Day 29 of NaPoWritMo: “And now, for our prompt (optional, as always). This one is called “in the window.” Imagine a window looking into a place or onto a particular scene. It could be your childhood neighbor’s workshop, or a window looking into an alien spaceship. Maybe a window looking into a witch’s gingerbread cottage, or Lord Nelson’s cabin aboard the H.M.S. Victory. What do you see? What’s going on?”

Here’s a cinquain to share what’s outside my window. Chloe loves this spot. She sits on the stairs and observes the neighborhood. ❤

argus-eyed cat
watches the neighborhood 
while pear tree petals fall like rain—
wet streets

©2021 Colleen M. Chesebro
Chloe on the blanket and Sophie in her bed… helping mom write poetry!

14 thoughts on ““Outside My Window,” #Cinquain, #NaPoWritMo”

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          1. They took many themes away because they had to be updated! But, many of them are back, it seems. Even the Premium themes lack luster. I tried ,com on my smaller blog and didn’t like that I couldn’t tinker with it so I have Premium on both blogs. I can’t wait for your big announcement! 😊

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      1. Ricky doesn’t do it as often now. Though now there is so much bird activity, that he’s been in them more than during the winter. I called Mickey our watch cat–he was always at the windows, and he would race from window to window sometimes.


    1. Thank you. Yes… the cinquain form(s) are some of my favorites. The idea is to make the last line a surprise… kind of like the haiku does. They are great fun and when you create a series they become even more meaningful. ❤

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