NaPaWriMo - Assignment for Day Nine - Today, try to write a poem backwards. Line by line. Start by writing out an old saying that takes the form of a declarative statement. That will be the last line of your poem. The next line you write will be the second-to-last, and so on, until you reach the “beginning.” To help you keep your focus, the poem has to be addressed to someone or something that can’t answer back.
Finally finished this prompt - It's weak but at least I finished it.
Long winters in
the northern hemisphere
yellow and strong
coltsfoot in February,
dandelions in the March
tangled and tussled ,
who can denybeauty lies in the eyes of the beholder