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Poetry Prompts

Monday Poetry Prompt: Intriguing Words

We’ve made it to the last day of National Poetry Month! Hope you got a lot of writing done. Here’s my favorite prompt from last week on Poetic Asides.

For today’s prompt, pick an intriguing and/or seldom-used word, make it the title of your poem, and then, write your poem. If you have a limited vocabulary, try out brabble, dandle, feracious, impavid, lippitude, or vulgus. Or pick up a dictionary or thesaurus.

I chose the word Petrichor.

 

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