DIALECTIC DIDACTIC

Fill your head with words.

Big words.

Little words.

Swear words.
“Five-dollar” words.
They can rhyme.
Or not.
You’ve got to have words.
They don’t even have to be real words
or in English (or the vernacular)!
You don’t need to be so damn particular!
If it looks like a word,
and sounds like a word,
then it’s a duck!
(If the word is duck!)
Give it your own twist.
Shake your fist, get a clue.
Get the gist
of what it is you want to say.
and say that shit, anyway.
(See? You can throw in a swear word
for the shock value, if you must)
Just use you words!

(C) Walter J. Wojtanik – 2016

NaPoWriMo 2016 – Day #19: “Didactic Poem”

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