Hump day. I don’t know about you, but I’m having a hard time getting over the hump today. To make things slide a little easier, I’m going to offer two prompts again today.
Here’s our offering from Robert Lee Brewer at Poetic Asides:
For today's prompt, I want you to title your poems (sixes) "Never (blank)" with you filling in the blank with a word or phrase. Then, write a poem (six) based off your title, which could be "Never look both ways when crossing the street" or "Never blush in public" or "Never ever" or "Never write a poem (six) with the word never in the title." You get the idea, right?
And here are today’s selections from The Writer’s Book of Matches:
#1: A mail carrier begins to suspect that a customer on his route is engaged in something fishy.
#2: I lie awake at night thinking that marrying her was the wrong choice.
Give it your best shot and create a work of genius. See you in the comments later.
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