As you may know, if you have been following me on Twitter, I started being properly active mid-June 2020. Surprisingly, that move leads to me posting more tweets and some of them are improvised little poems. I thought it would be a shame to lose them and decided to compile them together every month so that I can read them once in a while. Surprisingly this month I will be on time as opposed to the last couple editions. My original intent is to publish this compilation within the first couple of days in the next month. We’re December 1st, I woke up at 4.20 am for the Advent of Code which gave me lots of time to do this early. Welcome to my improvised November 2020 Twitter poetry compilation.
The first entry this month is all about that pandemic. I probably wrote it as we found out about the second UK lockdown which wasn’t really one. Good to get that out there as we will get out of it in about six hours now. A celebratory burger with some friends will definitely of order.
While the first was about UK politicians announcing a new lockdown, this one will be about two US politicians facing off on their election day.
The day starts with some rain— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 3, 2020
Doesn’t mean it ends with pain
Red, blue, run, vote, win, lose
You exercised your right to choose
While we’re getting stopped from going to even restaurants one can only keep moving, working, working out till we can travel again freely.
Starting the week with rope skip— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 9, 2020
Deadlifts, squats instead of a trip
Building power and showing grit
Till I travel to a beach sipping spirit pic.twitter.com/OzNdNH6T6t
I’ll take the liberty to count that one. As you can see, the poetry compilations keep on coming with their own verses-ish.
September? Outdated— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 11, 2020
Poetry? Just posted
Still missing social life. Hopefully, today is only a day away from experiencing a limited yet improved version of it.
Good morning, it’s another Saturday— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 14, 2020
Lockdown’s up for yet another day
No friends tonight, no grand soirée
Hope is one day I return to Ladurée
Good old Monday-inspired poem about inspiration and creativity.
Oh Monday, day of beginnings— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 16, 2020
During a season full of warnings
Before we start the first activity
Make sure we add some creativity
Because I’m a great original, now the Wednesday-inspired tweet.
It’s Wednesday, we’re halfway— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 18, 2020
From five it’s the third working day
Working still is an act of creation
Ensure you use some imagination
Some garbage person tried to do some race-baiting using another garbage person. Disgust can also serve as inspiration, who would have thought that possible? Not me.
As Greta would say, how dare you!— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 20, 2020
Stirring, race-baiting and for who?
A murderous gang rapist, of course
People like you have no soul, no recourse https://t.co/ebXIJ4caHs
You all heard the Sia thing which I believe is nonsense, I improvised some more verses on that.
Hello there fellow Dominique— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 21, 2020
Time to drop off the woke clique
Pardon my swift intrusion
But your whole tweet is… pic.twitter.com/VDjuyQI3c9
Insanely enough, I’ve written two consecutive Wednesday posts, unbelievable the stuff you notice when you review all your tweets at once.
Wednesday, awake at last— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 25, 2020
Wake, workout, make it fast
Set up for work after breakfast
Enjoy the present it already past
Another poem where I’m using the day to fill some space, or maybe I was just inspired by it. The one certain thing is that Schitt’s creek is a great show that you should all watch.
It’s Sunday, last day of the week— Jean-Dominique Nguele (@CodingNagger) November 29, 2020
Last night I did finish Schitt’s creek
Best time to recover, heal, take care
Set yourself for the week or beware
Thank you for checking my improvised November 2020 Twitter poetry. Don’t hesitate to follow me on Twitter to seize them as they are fresh off my mind. Not that It will surprise you but I don’t just write poems there. Sometimes I tweet about around tech and also life in general. There will definitely more frequent updates there than here as I can just improvise tweets which is much harder to do with blog posts like the last one. However, if you long for more poetry you can check out the previous entries right here.