Write a poem in which you list all the things you have ever lost in a certain place (ex: your room, house, school, job, your heart, etc.) or while performing a certain activity (ex: any method of transportation, loving someone, remembering yourself, etc.). End the poem by writing about one thing you have kept, in spite of it all.
Write a poem with the title, “A Dangerous Thing”.
Write a poem that begins with the phrase, “I lived in this house with you…”
Make a list of 5 things you enjoyed as a child. (Ex: grape juice, swingsets, saturday morning cartoons, libraries, my first cd collection.) Write an ode to one of the items on your list. If you’d like, include your current relationship to that particular item.
Write a poem in which the following things are happening:
- a song is playing
- something is burning
- you forget something
- you realize something
- the song ends
- something begins
Write a poem in which you describe what you were doing the day Michael Jackson died, using the following images: glitter, fire, sunlight, monster.
Congrats on making it to day 10! Today’s prompt:
Use the following list of words in a poem about disappointment:
Write about something you know but have never told.
What time of day do you usually wake up? What does that say about your personality & current pace of life? Describe your routine, including your thoughts about the day ahead. How do you greet each day?
What does “home” mean to you?