Written for P.A.D. Poem-a-Day: Writer’s Digest … Day 30: For today’sprompt, write a praise poem. Praise your health or the taste of chocolate cake. Pen an ode to normalcy (whatever that is) or expound on the wonders of your favorite pen (for me, it’s either the Pilot G-2 or Pilot Precise V5). Have a favorite song? A favorite saying? Today is a perfect day to sing its praises.
Written for P.A.D. Poem-a-Day: Writer’s Digest … Day 29: For today’sprompt, take the phrase “Total (blank),” replace the blank with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then, write your poem. Possible titles could include: “Total Madness,” “Total Victory,” “Totally Awesome,” and/or “Total Cereal.”
Written for P.A.D. Poem-a-Day: Writer’s Digest … Day 28: For today’sprompt: Write a ‘look back’ poem and/or… Write a ‘don’t look back’ poem. Because some folks just want to keep their eyes on the road ahead.
Written for P.A.D. Poem-a-Day: Writer’s Digest … Day 27: For today’sprompt, write a massive poem. The poem itself could be massive in size and length. Or it could take on a massive problem, describe a supermassive black hole, or praise a massive bowl of ice cream covered in chocolate syrup and whipped cream. Whatever you write, I hope it’s a massive success.
Written for P.A.D. Poem-a-Day: Writer’s Digest …Day 26: For today’sprompt, write a change poem. This could be a poem about something that has changed or something that will change. Changing tires, clothes, or perspectives. Change left over when paying for something with cash. Feel encouraged to change it up today.