10 – Missing Iguana

It was an all-points bulletin: MISSING IGUANA! Jake likes to roam, be on the lookout. Don’t chase! I was a little busy when I first saw the news; parking my car outside the hotel was proving more difficult than it should and the sun was in my eyes. Maybe that’s why I had a hard timing believing them when I saw the iguana on the hotel lawn, sitting atop a purple octopus. I didn’t think to ask how the octopus was managing out-of-water, I was actually deep in thought, wondering: what inspires an iguana to roam in the first place?

100-word prose poem ©2019, Jen Payne. National Poetry Month #10 and NaPoWriMo poem. BONUS video footage. #NaPoWriMo. For more poetry by Jen Payne, purchase a copy of Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind! BUY THE BOOK TODAY!

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