For today’s prompt, pick an intriguing and/or seldom-used word, make it the title of your Poem, and then, write your poem. If you have a limited vocabulary, try out brabble, dandle, feracious, impavid, lippitude, or vulgus. Or pick up a dictionary or thesaurus.
Re-create Your Poetry!
Revision doesn’t have to be a chore–something that should be done after the excitement of composing the first draft. Rather, it’s an extension of the creation process!
In the 48-minute tutorial video Re-creating Poetry: How to Revise Poems, poets will be inspired with several ways to re-create their poems with the help of seven revision filters that they can turn to again and again.
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Here’s my attempt at an Interesting Word Poem:
hear me howl & yelp
into the darkness
over this moment
receiving your kiss
with the lonely moon
our only witness
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor of the Writer’s Digest Writing Community and author of Solving the World’s Problems (Press 53). He took the word for his example poem and the example words above all from the book: The Gilded Tongue, by Rod L. Evans, Ph. D.
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Find more poetic posts here:
- List of 86 Poetic Forms for Poets.
- 20 Best Tips for Poets.
- Why I Write Poetry: Hibah Shabkhez.
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