The napowrimo challenge today is to write a love poem to an eggbeater.
It occurred to me that the love didn't have to be between me and the eggbeater. It could include another utensil. a bowl springs to mind. Then I decided to make the poem a cinquain, which has a pattern of 2-4-6-8-2 syllables per line.
I didn't want to take it too seriously.
Bend in and out
In graceful curves, twin balls
That fill my bowl change the mess to
Meanwhile, its Camp Nanowrimo, and April is a much easier month than busy November to do such things. So there are a few challenges around for writers to enjoy at the moment.