This week let’s write a harp poem. Think about the sound of the harp and maybe the heavenly associations with that musical instrument. Post your pluckings in the comments below. Advertisements
This week let’s write a humbug poem. There’s a sucker born every minute. How many of them are poets? Post your answer in the comments below.
Write if you find work.
Just two more days. Just two more days. Hope the poem-a-day challenge has been going well. Just two more days. And if you declined the challenge, hope you’ve been writing none the less. I didn’t like Sunday’s prompt so here’s Saturday’s. For today’s prompt, pick a direction, make that the title of your poem, and … Continue reading
Sunday’s prompt from the Poetic Asides blog. We’re two-thirds of the way through the month. It’s getting tough but stick to it! For today’s prompt, write a sketch poem. My initial thought is to write a poem that’s like a sketch of a moment or an object. But you can play around with sketchy people … Continue reading
Sorry for the late post. Living Poetry celebrated its 10th anniversary on Saturday and Sunday I was a featured reader at Carrboro’s Poetry on your Plate. I trust you went to Robert Lee Brewer’s April Poem-a-day Challenge directly but, if not: For today’s prompt, write a prediction poem. Make a prediction. Write about another person’s … Continue reading
Reminder: for April we’re following Robert Lee Brewer’s April Poem-a-day Challenge. This was yesterday’s prompt: For today’s prompt, write a jealous poem. Maybe you’re jealous. Or maybe someone else is jealous of you–or someone else. Whether envious of another or suspicious of a partner, dive deep into this emotion today.
Welcome to April, National Poetry Month! It promises to be a busy, exhausting month for poets. Many of us will be writing a poem-a-day. For daily prompts I suggest following Robert Lee Brewer’s Poetic Asides blog. I’ll just be re-posting his Sunday prompt here for our usual Monday Poetry Prompt this month. I’ll also be … Continue reading