The prompt for hour eight is to write a golden shovel. Not familiar with the form? That is not surprising, it was created in 2010 by the poet Terrance Hayes in his poem The Golden Shovel.
It is pretty simple though. First you take a line or lines from a poem you admire.
Use each word from the line(s) as the end word of each of the lines in your poem. So for example if you used a line with ten words, your poem should be ten lines long.
Keep those words in order.
I shall not care by Sara Teasdale
Golden Shovel poem
By Patricia Harris
In learning more about I,
The ego shall
In all likelihood not
Include how to for oneself care.