Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a fall poem.
For today’s prompt, write a fall poem. Since it’s the first day of autumn, I’m thinking of the season. However, other interpretations of fall are welcome as well: Falling in love, falling in line, falling for a joke, and/or falling down.
Remember: These prompts are springboards to creativity. Use them to expand your possibilities, not limit them.
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Poem your days away with Robert Lee Brewer’s Smash Poetry Journal. This fun poetic guide is loaded with 125 poetry prompts, space to place your poems, and plenty of fun poetic asides.
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Here’s my attempt at a Fall Poem:
“pumpkins & flannels,” by Robert Lee Brewer
’tis the season of the mantel
with a pumpkin-scented candle
so stow away your summer sandals
& put on your autumn flannel