We’re three-quarters of the way through National Poetry Month. Here’s my favorite prompt from last week: For today’s prompt, write a temptation poem. Nearly everyone is tempted by something: fame, glory, money, chocolate. Today is the perfect day to give in to the temptation to write about your (or “a friend’s”) temptation. Also, I totally … Continue reading
Hope everyone is enjoying National Poetry Month and gets lots of good work done. If you haven’t already, I encourage you to follow Robert Lee Brewer’s Poetic Asides blog for a daily prompt this month. Here’s what he offered this morning. For today’s prompt, write a favorite poem. Maybe that sounds a bit silly, but … Continue reading
This week let’s write a poem about gardening. It’s the time of year, at least here in North Carolina, where gardeners start tilling the soil. Of course, poets can garden metaphorically any time of the year. Post your harvest below.
This week let’s write a poem about moss, the way it covers trees, how it feels when you pet it, the various shades of green. Set your poetic stone a rolling and post the results below.
This week let’s write an anarchy poem. Is it possible to write a form poem about anarchy? Would an anarchy sonnet even work? Post your answer below.
This week let’s write a magnetic poem. Like most natural phenomenon, magnetism attracts plenty of metaphors. Put them to good use and post the results below.
This week let’s write a terpsichorean poem. That’s just a fancy word for dancing, from the muse of the dance, Terpsichore. Post your result below.
This week write a poem about one of your forerunners, someone who lead the way for you, could be an ancestor, a mentor, an inspiration. We all stand on the shoulders of giants, did you remember to take off your shoes? Post your answer below.