Three prompts today, two for Tuesday plus one. With such abundance, we have no recourse but staggering brilliance.
First the twofer from Robert Lee Brewer at Poetic Asides:
Prompt #1: I want you to write a clean poem (six). Take this however you wish. Clean language, clean subject matter, or cleaning the dishes. Of course, some twisted few will automatically link "cleaning" with hired hitmen. That's okay, as long as your poem (six) is somehow linked to clean.
Prompt #2: I want you to write a dirty poem (six). Take all that stuff I wrote in the first prompt and twist it upside down. The opposite of clean is dirty; so, do what ya gotta do to produce a dirty poem (six).
And one hand-selected by yours truly from The Writer’s Book of Matches (Writer’s Digest Books):
After five years of admiring her around the office, Michael finally gets the chance to make his move.
So write and post. I’ll do the same. I look forward to the day’s riches.
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