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Prompt #71 B1

September 8, 2011

B1

We Write Poems:  
Barbara (Briarcat, as we know her!) asks us this week to B1 (be one, you get it?).  She suggests, re-invent yourself for a few minutes.  Imagine yourself somehow different.  Smarter maybe, or drop-dead-gorgeous.  Brash or shy or EVIL.  Give this proxy character a name, down to earth or off the wall.  Have fun with it!

Now step out of this world and send your invented self into some well known story, song, poem, fairy tale, TV series; pick some place that has already been realized and populated.

Take the opportunity to tell us something.  What might your created persona have to say about the situation they are cast within?  Give yourself permission to be different!  Please read Briarcat’s original prompt for more details and example poem.

Thanks Barbara for the excellent creative prompt!

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6 Comments
  1. September 8, 2011 6:45 am

    I liked this prompt! Perfect
    !

  2. September 9, 2011 2:16 pm

    I hope y’all can make some sense of this. The idea is really to give yourself an order: find a different point of view.

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