On the run (peom)

This is me, talking to me
stigging like a bee
don´t know if I wrote that correctly
but, hell, i´m the least exactly

Here we go on the run
having some fun
or not,

stinging like a bee
that might be

TRUE
FALSE

false true, I´m on the run
kepping it calm
with no realm

nano wrimo month
what the hell is that….
started but not got it
still, i´m on the run
having some fun; or not

writing this
as i go
go flow
flow go
gonna start knocking on my door.

Stay Frosty gents and gentesses.

26 comments

      1. I was joking…because I don’t think you run from the law. In sweden it’s a very common expression among my friends, when one of us say somrthing the others don’t believe…we say “sure baby” in a friendly teasing way….
        then we wait for the other one to start telling about what really happened….

        it’s ok if you want to hold it against me 🙂 Then I run 🙂

  1. NaNoWriMo – you start your novel – 50,000 words in 30 days – and sometime later in the month you can upload it to the NaNoWriMo website for the official word count. You have to register on the site – and each day that you write, you can go in & update your word count. Microsoft Word has a built-in word counter & I think the Nano site has a couple you can download for free. Those that finish with 50,000 words or more are eligible for some prizes (like publishing packages, etc.) – BUT the main goal of the organization & the event is to get people writing. Then, once November is over you can take your novel and edit, etc. rewrite, whatever to try & get it published. If you have any other questions, email me 🙂 And get writing – you have to write about 1700 words a day to meet the goal. You write more, than you might finish early.

  2. Nice peom Charles, AKA: the running man, AKA Mo Farrah, AKA Forest, ahhhh….can’t remember his last name? AKA Ed Snowden, AKA ahhh, thats it.
    Bump knuckles
    Pow

  3. LOVVVVVE your flow poem amigo – and still laughing with this

    “nano wrimo month
    what the hell is that….”
    bahaaaaaa
    I felt the same way when I first heard it – and well, “u a berry funny dude”

      1. and um, sardonic too…

        but seriously – u are berry berry funny CP4, Sir Spaniard, Brother from another mother….
        ❤ ❤

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