Why am I in a pillow? That’s hard to say.
Why am I in A Pillow?
Why am I in a pillow?
That’s hard to say
as the billow
is wrapped around me in that way.
As the billow is wrapped
around me what is the reasoning
is behind all this being trapped
is it a new awakening?
Is the awakening brighter
than anything, we’ve ever seen?
Will it make things tighter
when it’s in between?
By Sharmelle Olson
Billow: verb: billow; 3rd person present: billows; past tense: billowed; past participle: billowed; gerund or present participle: billowing
1. (of fabric) fill with air and swell outward.
"her dress billowed out around her"
synonyms: puff up/out, balloon (out), swell, fill (out), belly out
"her dress billowed around her"
Line Count: 12 Lines
Word Count: 69 Words
Stanzas: 2 Stanza
Rhyming Scheme: abab, cdcd,
Form: Free Form
Written For: "The Humorous Poetry Contest"
Deadline: Starts February 1st 2019, Ends on February 28th 2019