Poetry > NaPoWriMo 2013
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This is the gallery for my contribution to the National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). It's the first time that I participate, as I am not from the USA and didn't know about this literature project until now.
Below you can find information about my poems and my intention in writing them, the specific details are to be found under each of the poems.
Because it is my first time participating, I decided to do kind of more than actually required: I'm not only writing the poems, but I also try to fit a specific theme to each of them. Each of the poems is integrated into a picture which fits to its overall theme. By doing so, I want every poem to become further unique in its style and in the message it carries.
Every day, I will create a poem with one unique style and theme, so that hopefully, at the end of the month, there will be 30 poems with 30 different themes. Below you can also find a list of the days with the associated theme.
Also, in the description of each poem, I will reflect about the poem and the picture I have made for it, its theme, its style and corresponding topics. I will also tell about my inspiration for the making of the poem and my personal thoughts regarding it and its theme.
Of course, the final interpretation of each poem is always up to the reader, so my and your view have to correlate in no way (and will most likely not very often)! I hope you enjoy reading them all, and I hope that you will also reflect about them for some time!
Note: Generally, as said above, my themes are just my personal interpretation of each of the poems, and do not have to correlate with yours. They more serve as a sort of guideline, nothing more. I talk about each of the times in detail in the description of each of the poems.
Note: The progress is in a loosely chronological order. I do only include important things here, and only things i have already done. For anything current, check the news below!
14th of April
I must admit that I actually underestimated the work that each of my poems takes. It wouldn't be so bad if I had more free time, but I'm also writing my final high school exams currently, so I'm sort of running a bit short.
But - that doesn't mean in no way that I'm stopping this or anything. My promise that there will be 30 poems in this gallery at the end of the month still stands. It only means that it will take me more time to catch up to the calendar than I expected, but I'm working hard!
Used CSS Templates
None, I've written every bit of it myself.
However, the initial design of the gallery was loosely based on BaB-Jane's Spring Night Gallery design, which also served as a rough orientation for me to get into deviantART's specific CSS structure.
- Spring Night Gallery CSS
Firstly, thanks to tigers-stock for his awesome frames!
- 522 Nouveau Frame 09
- 526 Nouveau Frame 13
- 520 Nouveau Frame 07
- 148 Grunge Circle Frame
I'd also like to thank starlightspoint7 for his/her nice stock and Best0for0Last and delirious-smem for letting me use their respective deviations!
- Chain Stock
- Rose Quill Pen Tattoo
- Fly High
Oh, and the last thanks goes to you, the reader, for reading all of this! I hope you like my work.
If I have forgotten anyone, I'm sorry, don't hesitate to send me a note!