Daily Picture Prompt – 3 – The Windmill Pantoum Poetry

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Daily Picture Prompt – 3 – The Windmill – Pantoum Poetry

No water, the pond was going dry
The windmill was a faithful asset
Water was always in abundance
Everyone relied on that windmill for survival

The windmill was a faithful asset
Grass was green and plentiful
Everyone relied on that windmill for survival
Then the windmill stopped turning

Grass was green and plentiful
The wind stopped blowing
Then the windmill stopped turning
Farmer Jed was a little worried

The wind stopped blowing
The windmill was not working
Farmer Jed was a little worried
There was still water in the pond

The windmill was not working
Green Grass was not growing
There was still water in the pond
The wind started blowing

Green Grass was not growing
Animals were hungry
The wind started blowing
The windmill still was not turning

Animals were hungry
Farmer Jed was getting worried
The windmill still was not turning
But that windmill would not work

Farmer Jed was getting worried
Water was always in abundance
But that windmill would not work
No water, the pond was going dry

Link for writing a Pantoum Poem

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7 thoughts on “Daily Picture Prompt – 3 – The Windmill Pantoum Poetry

    • Thanks for the nice comment, yes, I’m improving, as it’s a new form of poetry I’m writing, I hope I’m getting it right, I have to keep rereading the verses of it, as I’m writing, hoping I’m getting it right and sometimes it winds my head up which isn’t good for my cancer, but I get there.
      Have a nice weekend, it looks as though it going to be wet.

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    • Thanks for the comment.
      Yes, I thought I might have done that, but when writing Pantoum poetry it isn’t always easy to get it reading the right way because of repeating sentences, as I’m writing it I have to go back and change words so it all falls together nicely as a poem.
      Have a nice weekend.

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