Congratulations! I always think poets who make it through the third day tend to have a better chance of getting through the entire month. And doubly so if they make it through the first weekend. Now let's poem.
For today's prompt, write a communication poem. All poems communicate something, I know, but I'm thinking of different ways people can communicate: text message, letter, signs, and even speaking dialogue. Of course, there are forms of communication as well, because people love communicating.
Remember: These prompts are springboards to creativity. Use them to expand your possibilities, not limit them.
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Here’s my attempt at a Communication Poem:
he's been talking to birds this morning
they drifted in like smoke from the mountains
somewhere a fire burns but he's gone dormant
thinking about the weather as much as the current
when did the wind shift its whispering away