by Dana Guthrie Martin
Did you take this week’s prompt literally? Were you transported to another realm? Can you tell I am trying to do a little wordplay with the word transliteral?
Everyone has been sharing such delicious tidbits in the prompt this week — I really can’t wait to see what you all came up with. So leave a link. You know you want to.
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Dana Guthrie Martin is the founder of Read Write Poem. She writes things and stuff. Most of the time, her things and stuff happen to be poetry, or at least they call themselves poetry. She has a robot named Feldman. He’s writing a book of poems.