>Mid-winter blues prompt w/ jagged rhythm.

>Here are some prompt words. Try this. Use as many of them as possible. Vary line lengths regularly. Create a rhythm, a heartbeat. Write the piece about something that involves breath: fear, smoking, blowing a kid’s balloon, swimming…

Enjoy! -Meg Pokrass

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above
avoid
branches
push
roosting
climb
miles
skirt
stood
crow
friend
bite
washing machine
clammy
coffee
message
tuna
raw
teeth
radio

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