poem twenty-seven: a anathema target drinker (??)

Well I’m catching up (again) and I used a prompt for this – Day 24 of NaPoWriMo prompts, to be precise. The instructions were to plug my name (Katherine Amanda Garrett) into an anagram generator, and write a self-portrait using some of the words found there.

Er … well. Okay.

***

She thanked them for the margarita
and retreated for a greater rethink
on the threatening trek behind,
and still ahead.

She could not regret anger,
or an adamant rant from her youth:
the target was not to agree with
every tangent.

She regarded the tang of the drink
and a forgotten trinket with
a greathearted mantra, and hiked
on, amongst the amaranth.

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