Write a poem about someone or something you miss. The fact that you miss this person or thing can be mentioned in the poem or it can be left out.
Write an ekphrastic poem to go with this painting.
Write a poem that contains a great deal of exaggeration. Everything else is up to you!!!
Nature poems are so common, but that is for a reason, there is so much beauty in nature.
For the prompt this hour I want you to write a nature poem with a twist. I want you to write a poem about nature interacting with man made things. It could be about watching a beautiful eagle while standing in a strip mall parking lot, it could be about planting trees in a small city park, it could be about anything as long as it involves both the natural world and the un-natural one.
Write a poem set in space. The details are entirely up to you!
Write a poem to go with one of the following five titles:
At the Circus
Table for Two
Each year I write one prompt devoted to a cliché topic, previously these prompts have been focused on love, death, and angst.
This year the challenge is to write a poem about loss that is not cliché.
Write a persona poem from the perspective of a well known fictional character. You can choose any fictional character but here are a few names to get you thinking in the right direction: Dracula, King Arthur, Red Riding Hood, Katniss Everdeen, etc. . .
Write a poem that involves some kind of ancient myth. The myth can be from any cultural background or origin, but I am not interested in modern myths. The older the better.
The poem can go into the details of the myth and be a retelling of sorts, or it can just borrow a mythic element and place it the modern world. The details are entirely up to you.
Write a poem that contains at least five of the following ten words. Feel free to include all ten if you wish.