B is for Bastard

Bastard: usually offensivea child born to parents who are not married to each other. / Irregular, inferior, or of questionable origin.

Aprosexia: abnormal inability to sustain attention. (Today’s NaPoWriMo‘s word prompt)

Which son's the bastard? 
The eldest asked his father.
His time was coming.

He took advantage
Of his dad's aprosexia
To change his last will.

Becoming the heir,
Sending his other siblings
Into poverty.

Post 2 of 26 I´ll be doing this april to participate in #AtoZChallenge, #NaPoWriMo and #CampNaNoWriMo. I apreciate any comment, or doubt that you have about my topics or the challenge.

I´d love if you add a blog hop so I can visit your post, too.

Also, my wonderful crew, #NaNoTribuMX started a micro stories challenge in Spanish this month. (We´re still voting the words we will use this month). This is my entry, too: B de Bastardo.

The team’s theme of the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge this year is:
ACCOMPLISHING YOUR DREAMS, AND THE DUALITY OF 22; if you want to visit all cool bloggers participating this challenge, you can click on the Master List of #AtoZChallenge.

If you are participating on these challenges, I wish you good luck and lots of success. 😀

All posts:

  1. A is for Amnesia.
  2. B is for Bastard.
  3. C is for Carousel.
  4. D is for Dandelion.
  5. E is for Euthanasia.
  6. F is for Fleeting.
  7. G is for Gargoyle.
  8. H is for Hologram.
  9. I is for Island.
  10. J is for (microscopic) Jupiter.
  11. K is for Karma.
  12. L is for Lunatic.
  13. M is for Morgue.
  14. N is for Nyctophilia.
  15. O is for Obituary.
  16. P is for Pineapple.
  17. Q is for Quixotic.
  18. R is for Ravioli.
  19. S is for Sabotage.
  20. T is for Theater.
  21. U is for Unicorn.
  22. V is for Venom.
  23. W is for Walkman.
  24. X is for Xylophagous.
  25. Y is for Yeti.
  26. Z is for Zombie / Zero.
  27. Reflection.

19 thoughts on “B is for Bastard

  1. This is such a cool poem! It made use of the dual meaning of the word «bastard».
    By the way, I want to let you know I accidentally permanently deleted your comment on my letter B post. WordPress’ iOS app was updated and for whatever reason, comments are extremely slow to load, then when I tried to load it, I somehow managed to click the button next to it, which is a new one, the perma-delete one. I sincerely apologize! From now on, I’ll be using my computer to interact with comments until this stupid thing gets fixed.

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      1. Oh, I think I found your comment in my spam queue after all. Apparently I didn’t delete it but marked it as spam. Going to check it on my computer now, as somehow I can’t read it on my phone.

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  2. Having a child out of wedlock isn’t nearly as shameful. The word associated doesn’t sound nice but then if you used any other word I’m sure it would sound awful as well because of its meaning. Humans shouldn’t find offensive in a word but unfortunately we do. Happy A2Zing!

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