For today’s prompt, take the phrase “Star (blank),” replace the blank with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then, write the poem. Possible titles include: “Star-struck,” “Star Man,” “Star Wars Prequels Aren’t Star Wars Movies,” “Starter Set,” “Stark Raving Mad,” and so on. Remember: I’m totally fine with prompts that get bent a bit.
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Here’s my attempt at a Star Blank Poem:
the evening sky is a black sheet
with pinpoint holes displaying
the cosmos or it’s a vacuum
what we know which we know
is not as much as we will know