Anagram Self-Portrait (NaPoWriMo Day 24)

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Oh, boy. I thought today’s NaPoWriMo prompt was going to be fun, but it turned out to be tougher than I thought—especially at the end of a long day of thinking. Here it is:

Plug your name into an anagram generator, like this one, and try writing a self-portrait poem using words that are generated.

I got all the word combinations that could be generated with my whole name—nearly 15,000. I narrowed it down to just the individual words—almost 600. Still a lot to work with. But here goes…

Fib-Wearing Risk

Begin:

Ear
A riser
I sang fa-re
I sing refrain
in swankier garb

Brawn
A barre
Skiing rare air
Biking in gear
I ran
We erg

Brain
I ask
I err
I ask anew

Nibs
Ink
Erasing
Re-ink

Wife
I wear a ring
Kafers are kin

Bar
Grab gin
Swig sake
Win wine
Bring brew

Finis!

 

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