Prompt #60 Write here, (bigger) now
Write here, (bigger) now
We Write Poems:
This is part two to last week’s prompt. In that prompt we asked you to stay close and simple, observe and describe. That is now the foundation for the prompt this week. This week we’d like to suggest you move your observations farther out into the world, go out the door, maybe down the road – both physically and as how you relate to your observations. We’d still suggest keeping your “reporting”, as Pamela says, fairly direct to the moment and place, then as also reflected in your poem too.
Notice movement and interaction in your observations this week. Perhaps, how might time produce some change in what you see? And what about your participation as “observer” – does that impact what you see? It’s an old axiom in science that “simply to observe changes what you observe”. These are just a couple possibilities for how this week’s observe-and-write prompt might be taken by you. Experience is rich with opportunities – tell us please in your poem-to-be, what you discover!
Thanks again to Pamela Sayers for suggesting this prompt! You can read her original prompt and poem here as you wish.
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