For today’s prompt, write a notice poem. A notice could be a warning about something. Or it could just be an informational type of notice. Or perhaps, you just noticed a person, place, or thing for the first time.
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Here’s my attempt at a Notice Poem:
how often do i
take notice of a person's
eyes over my shoes
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