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I'm an Oregon girl living in Connecticut and trying to figure out why there's so many Dunkin' Donuts here...
I'm an Oregon girl living in Connecticut and trying to figure out why there's so many Dunkin' Donuts here...
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Poetry: Terzanelle - Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire...www.pinterest.com...Stock photos. So for today's NaPoWriMo poetry prompt, we were asked to write a terzanelle which has a rhyming scheme that I listed below. Every line in the middle of the triplet repeats at the end of the following triplet....

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Day 30: Gravity
Day 30, write a poem about something that repeats. Gravity Everyday Comes with
the dawn With the
alarm With the sun Peeking through Curtains My joints Cracking And creaking Everyday Comes with
gravity Heavy on My eyelids

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Day 29: Icarus
Day 29, do a freewrite on a noun from one of your favorite poems. The poem I chose is The Best Drink by Lee Upton. Icarus All poets
write a poem of
Icarus. Just like a
basket cannot carry
fruit when it’s
full of holes, his wings
failed him, feather and
wax ...

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Day 28: Crazy Young Nights
Day 28, write a poem in skeltonic form. Crazy Young Nights We smoke tires And light fires Scream like liars And drink for hire We dance without pants And eat fire ants We sing our song Party all night long We travel fast Our youth will last

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Day 27: Chai in the Cafe
Day 27, writers often neglect sense of taste, so today's prompt is here to remedy that. Taste often brings back memories and also defines so many experiences. Chai in the
Café The taste is
in the time; the sounds
and swish of bodies in
a café. The taste is
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Day 26: Headphone
Day 26, write a poem in the perspective of someone in the future that is looking at an object that we use in our current day and age. Headphone They hung
them from their ears Some small,
others like large hats Hung them
and decorated Their auditory
senses w...

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Day 25: Queit Distance
Day 25, write a poem that talks about a space, small distinct spaces. Quiet Distance You contain words And hold them as long As you keep them In all your floor boards Cherry stained Dark red wine And your stacks of books You contain words In your walls And ...

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Day 25, write an ekprastic poem based off of the marginalia of medieval manuscripts. This was so much fun! I chose the following marginalia... Marginalia Laying eggs is not difficult The same sensation as the trickling down of breast milk Need and nurture T...

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Day 23: Moon
Day 23, write an eleveny poem... Moon Works best In the sky Without clouds to obscure Luminance 

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Day 22: This is India
Day 22: Write a poem from something you overhear someone else says.... This   is   India “ This   is   India ,” Twinkle said. A catch all catch phrase. No need for an introductory phase. This   is   India , She didn’t say with her arms wide; She didn’t say ...
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