AUTHOR OF THE PROMPT:
Cristina Munoz @cristinamunoz8
Write a poem about Madonna. Not the Virgin Mary Madonna, about the Like A Virgin Madonna.
written by: MR. QUIPTY
Michigan's maid. Would a Madonna death make that daughter drop
American dance dream? Not with a Chris to inspire, that girl who
Desperately seeking something left the child's life via a Richmond bus stop.
Out of rent in NYC a Victoria forced to the phallus she prays, supplicates
Never to cry for a herself again in film or music an act to strengthen art.
New direction starts. Challenging taboos but at root still a motherless drama.
A diva that defined rhythm and used sex to connect with some wandering Father
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:
This is an Acrostelostic. An acrostic with a word spelled by beginning and end letters of the lines.
I have taken the form a step further by hiding in the verse Christ child's mother to refer to prompt text again.
Perhaps a hint with the notes that the title points to Virgin Mary within the words.
*Christopher Flynn is the man M points out as her encouragement to dance when young.
I have poetry and stories in "Not Enough To Quit" by Modern Writers published by ATLA Publishing, and a children's poem in "Un-Turn This Stone: short stories for children" by Aviva Treger et al.