For today's prompt, write a spring poem. Regardless of what your local groundhog prognosticated on February 2, the first day of spring is nearly upon us. So it's a perfect time to write a springtime poem.
Remember: These prompts are springboards to creativity. Use them to expand your possibilities, not limit them.
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Poem your days away with Robert Lee Brewer's Smash Poetry Journal. This fun poetic guide is loaded with 125 poetry prompts, space to place your poems, and plenty of fun poetic asides.
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Here’s my attempt at a Spring Poem:
“Daylight Savings Front,” by Robert Lee Brewer
Of course, the birds are dancing
and flowers, of course, they bloom,
but time and temps advancing
mean migraines and certain doom.