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Monday Poetry Prompt: Mergers

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This week, let’s write a merger poem. If you’re like me, you have more unfinished poems lazing around your hard drive than finished ones. Take two more-or-less at random and trying merging them together then post the amalgamation in the comments below.

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About Bartholomew Barker

Bartholomew Barker was born and raised in Ohio, studied in Chicago, worked in Connecticut for nearly twenty years before moving to Hillsborough, North Carolina where he makes money as a computer programmer to fund his poetry habit.

Discussion

5 thoughts on “Monday Poetry Prompt: Mergers

  1. for some reason, unexplainable, I decided to merge time with simile:

    Bad Time to Simile

    Time will never come full circle
    like a broken clock

    Time will never catch me
    like the bad guys in “Road Warrior”

    Time is the past and present
    like your great-aunt’s fruitcake

    Time can be a stitch that saves 9
    like 9 can’t save its confabulous self

    Time to quit while I’m behind
    like the poetry police with handcuffs

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by Steve Croft | February 20, 2019, 1:08 PM
  2. Great idea. I’ve just deleted some old junk and cleaned up a bit of the junk in there. Very inspiring! 😉

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by JeanMarie | February 18, 2019, 11:37 AM

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