The final prompt was to write a poem in translation – in my case, a homophonic translation of the first few lines of Beowulf. This is my third NaPoWriMo – thanks, as ever, to anyone who has read these – let alone liked, commented, or followed the blog. I appreciate it. Air
Yesterday’s prompt was to write a poem based on things you remember. My My My
Yesterday’s prompt was to write a ‘backwards’ poem. Refute This
Today’s prompt was to write a poem using longer-than-usual lines. Drunk Video 1, 01:41
Yesterday’s prompt was to write a ‘call-and-response’ poem. Ricochet, Ricochet
It’s a little late, but here’s my poem for yesterday. The prompt was to open the poem with an opening line from an already existing poem. I opted for the opening line of Simon Armitage’s ‘Zoom!’ — which you can read here. Whoosh!
Today’s prompt was to write a poem mixing, for want of a better term, high- and low-brow words. Profanity