Every day spent writing is a good day, so let’s not tarry.
Here’s today’s prompt from Robert Lee Brewer at Poetic Asides:
For today's prompt, I want you to take the title of a poem (story/six) you especially like (by another poet) and change it. Then, with this new altered title, I want you to write a poem (six). An example would be to take William Carlos Williams' "The Red Wheelbarrow" and change it to "The Red Volkswagon." Or take Frank O'Hara's "Why I Am Not a Painter" and change it to "Why I Am Not a Penguin." You get the idea, right? (Note: Your altered poem (six) does NOT have to follow the same style as the original poet (writer), though you can try if you wish.)
And our prompt from The Writer’s Book of Matches (Writer’s Digest Books):
“Can you recommend a good book?”
Hope to see you in the comments.
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