Here we go again! 30 poems in 30 days.
I'll be posting the prompts with my attempt at responding the prompt each day in April. (Last year was very different for the obvious reason that there wasn't a pandemic, so this comes with no promises!) Remember, this is all about writing to become a better writer, not trying to be a perfect writer from the beginning (because it doesn't work that way).
So, today's prompt asks us to: write a self-portrait poem in which you make a specific action a metaphor for your life – one that typically isn’t done all that often, or only in specific circumstances. For example, bowling, or shopping for socks, or shoveling snow, or teaching a child to tie its shoes.