For today's prompt, write a return poem. Maybe an envelope is returned to sender or email is returned as undeliverable. Of course, a person can return for good or ill and from the perspective of the returning person or those who never left. And there can be a return to a season, a feeling, or an activity long forgotten.
I hope everyone returns next week for another prompt and in November for our 13th annual November Poem-A-Day Chapbook Challenge.
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 Return Poem:
sometimes they return
without much cajoling but
sometimes they resist