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
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