Day Fourteen NaPoWriMo, The MOVIE

We’re heading towards the half-way mark both at NaPoWriMo and the AtoZ Challenge. The challenge on Day Fourteen is a fun one: write a poem that takes the form of the opening scene of the movie of your life. Does it open with a car chase? A musical number? A long scene panning across a verdant plain? You’re the director (and also the producer, the actors, the set designer, the cinematographer, and the lowly assistant that buys doughnuts for the crew) – so it’s all up to you!

I didn’t have to think much for this one. Picked up a chapter from my life. Of course, you’ll have to wait for the entire movie to hit the screens. Tentatively titled, The MOVIE

The cameras roll…

On a mean rainy day a pair of feet

run over glassy tracks, stirring

puddles into a vortex

of dance.

***

Their destination, a crumbling theatre

where plays a percussion over the

roof-top, drowning the muffled

notes of a solitary mic.

***

Drums beat by rickety panes, a storm-cloud hangs

by the skylight. I shake my flattened hair

and strain my eager ear,

‘Our next participant is…’

they announce.

***

The title sequence plays

Starring, Yours Truly

****

This post is part of BlogchatterA2Z

Image courtesy: Pixabay

20 thoughts on “Day Fourteen NaPoWriMo, The MOVIE”

  1. If this is going to be the opening scene of the movie, I eagerly await the full version.
    Your words did the perfect job of the best cinematographer and sound record artist Sonia.

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