2020 November PAD Chapbook Challenge: 30 Poetry Prompts

For the 2020 November PAD Chapbook Challenge, poets write a poem a day in the month of November before assembling a chapbook manuscript in the month of December. Here are all the 30 poetry prompts in one post.
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November was a lot of fun! I wrote more than 30 poems. And I've already received a few chapbook submissions. To make it easier to catch up and/or just write poems, here are the 30 poetry prompts collected in one spot.

(List of poetic forms for poets.)

Each day gives a hint at what the prompt covers. Just click on the link if you need more details or would like to read a few example poems.

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30 Poetry Prompts for the 2020 November PAD Chapbook Challenge

  1. Enter poem.
  2. Unexpected poem.
  3. Dream and/or nightmare poem.
  4. Blank myself poem.
  5. Ruin poem.
  6. In medias res poem.
  7. This time poem.
  8. Persona poem.
  9. Our blank poem.
  10. Easy and/or difficult poem.
  11. Color poem.
  12. Number in title poem.
  13. Luck poem.
  14. Memory poem.
  15. Meaning of blank poem.
  16. Response poem.
  17. Nice and/or mean poem.
  18. Sea creature poem.
  19. Confession poem.
  20. Target poem.
  21. Tell blank poem.
  22. Bird poem.
  23. Explanation poem.
  24. Love and/or anti-love poem.
  25. Exaggerated poem.
  26. Thankful poem.
  27. What's next poem.
  28. Remix poem.
  29. Wanting blank poem.
  30. Exit poem.
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