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Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #18 – Name

Yep. I missed yesterday's prompt. It was too crazy busy...I'll get to it! Write a free-verse poem using only the letters in your full name. If you’re married and take your spouse’s surname, you may want to include this name or create a poem with your maiden name, or both. I think what matters here… Continue reading Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #18 – Name

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Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #11 – Vowels

Write a free-verse vowel poem. (Inspired by Julie Larios.) Wicket from Word Well: YUCK (from Jett - and Miller yelled: Mama, what about sky?) Vowel choice: sometimes Y (says Jett - what a guy. Ha. See what I did there?) Y They ask why not when they should say hey! why not 'y'? like a… Continue reading Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #11 – Vowels

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Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #7 – Hot Rivets

Hot Rivets - a very unique poem where the last word of one line must rhyme with the first or second word of the next line. (From author/illustrator Julie Larios) Write a free-verse poem making sure that the final word rhymes with the first (or second) word of your next line. Wicket from Word Well: MIRACLE… Continue reading Wounded Writers Ask – Free Write #7 – Hot Rivets