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  1. #11
    Watch a documentary. Write a poem about what the documentary covered.

  2. #12
    Not really a prompt as such, but a pointer towards some if you're running low.

    Find a website called stumbleupon. You can enter interests (e.g poetry, writing) and it will pick random web pages about the topic. You could find anything from poems, poetry discussions and list of prompts. See if something inspires you.
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  4. #14

    Theme for 2020

    Last year I used this challenge to unfold the story of a clown outside the circus.

    I would like to have a theme for this year.

    Any ideas?

    (n.b. I wasn't planning on being autobiographical; though perhaps I should . . . )
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  5. #15
    You could use 'mass-hysteria' perhaps? Thinking about, but not exclusively, the coronavirus.

  6. #16
    Thank you Darren.

    I'm glad I've got a few weeks to mull things over - supposing I'm spared the virus, that is (I live in an area with hundreds of Chinese students, who probably pay visits to relatives).
    Kind regards,
    Hidden Content Katrina
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  7. #17
    Honestly, hysterical people always seem intelligent to me - demonstrating against inauspicious status quos. When it happens on a 'me too' basis it helps to raise awareness; but I don't think I could sustain this for 30 poems.

    I may try a five-act rhyming play with six speeches per act. Not too sure of the plot yet - I'd like to have some idea where I'm heading; but suppose it may simply unfold.
    Kind regards,
    Hidden Content Katrina
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  8. #18
    I may need to devote the first scene to 'stage directions' in a life-story drama that begins with the child as non-verbal; but the more Ithink about this, the more confidence I gain. I dunno; I'll begin on April fools day and start writing. I have a feeling it may not be a proper play on first write, but could be worth a try.
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    Hidden Content Katrina
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