Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 197

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For today's poetry prompt, write an answer poem. That is, imagine a question (or think of a question you've been asked recently) and use your poem to answer that question.

Here's my attempt:

"Where are you now?"

I'm lost in the line
breaks, creeping among
the metaphors,
dancing with reason,
and trying to capture
the moment...

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