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Poem a Day

Want to limber up with poetic morning stretches? Robert Lee Brewer’s Poem-a-Day Challenge for April has given these prompts so far:

1: what got you here
2: a postcard poem
3: imagine the world without you.
4: a type of person
5: Two for Tuesday” a) a goofy poem. b) a serious poem.
6: Don’t (blank), (blank),” replace each of the blanks with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then, write the poem.
7: “what if”
8. a ready to celebrate poem

A tip from Walt Wojanik: “Point of view and perspective are your allies.”

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