We’re off to a great start. Let’s keep going.
Here’s today’s prompt from Robert Lee Brewer …
Take the phrase "The problem with (blank)" and replace the "(blank)" with a word or phrase. Make this the title of your poem and then write a poem to fit with or juxtapose against that title. For instance, you could have poems with the titles of "The problem with government," "The problem with advanced mathematics," or "The problem with bipolar penguins." You know the drill: have fun, be creative
Our selection from The Writer’s Book of Matches (Writer’s Digest Books) celebrates the creative potential of the US economy:
“I’m sorry. Your position is being eliminated.”
I’ll post my six in the comments later. Post yours in the comments, email them to me, or hide them under your mattress. Happy writing, everyone!
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