End Kwote

After it's all said and done, life's just a bunch of kwotes

There exists a word

That tastes good upon young lips.

It’s named Defiance


To continue my Poequest (a week-long feature in which I’m writing and posting a poem a day), I thought I’d utilize the haiku format. A lot of people don’t care for haikus, but I think they’re fun to play around with. If nothing else, they’re certainly challenging to form into something that doesn’t sound like meaningless word goop. Hopefully I’ve avoided said goop, but let me know what you think of the one I’ve crafted for you today.

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow to see my last Poequest poem! It’s definitely gone well so far, so make sure to check out what the end of this quest has in store.

Until tomorrow.

End Kwote

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