PAD Challenge--Day 22
By Claudsy on April 22, 2012
Recycling is a part of a writer's life; not so much for paper, aluminum cans and the like. No. We recylce words, lines of poems, and entire articles and stories. And we do it with delight.
Today's prompt on Poetic Bloomings challenged us to take the last line of a recent poem we'd written and make it the first line of a new poem. Oh, my, the choices, the choices. I settled on one, finally, when it sparked an entirely diffferent take on the subject. And I was off and "poeming," as my friends would say.
Poetic Asides took a different look at things. The prompt asked us to write a judging poem, either as the judge or as the defendent. That had possibilities for whole volumes of verse.
The resulting two poems, one for each prompt, were so very different and yet, came together in a more spiritual way at the end. I hope you'll all take a moment to discover more about "Guilty" "Beauty" on Claudsy's Blog today.
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