Prompt #132 Times three
We Write Poems:
Write a poem composed of three perfect sentences.
There, simple enough? We’ll even let you define what it means, a perfect sentence. Although you might want to think and consider that for a while. All else we leave to your poetic charms. (Simple huh?, and about what my poor sick muddled head can think of for the moment now.)
Also, here’s a small tip of the hat to the kinship of prose and poems, and how they each arrive on the same wind for us to hear and play.
You can make this poem something grand or introspective, no more than the distance between your toes. How big can small become? Or what worlds within a single drop of water from a pond? Go have fun!
Come back to leave a link to your poem next Wednesday when you see our second follow-up post called, It’s Post Your Poems Day! If you have questions about We Write Poems and our prompt-and-poem process, or if you are new here at WWP, please read our about page.