by Jill Crammond Wickham
Today, keep track of all the things you see that are red; be creative. Red-faced is as good as a red tomato or a red sky. Use the ones that interest you most in a poem.
For added enjoyment, try coming up with several synonyms for red to use in your poem. Stuck? Visit the Visual Thesaurus.
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A note from “admin”: This month, since we’re all trying to write every day, we’re leaving the comments open with each prompt so you can post links to your poems as you write them. So, go ahead and write your poem, post your poem (with a link to Read Write Poem and a Read Write Poem tag, if you would) and come back to this very spot and share your link with us.
Of course, if you’re a creature of habit, you can always post your links at this week’s “Get Your Poem On” post. Who are we to mess around with what works for you?
And don’t forget to go read the poems of others in this wonderful writing community. We’re all in this NaPoWriMo “mess” (ha ha!) together; let’s support each other in the insanity that is writing (every day)!