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NaPoWriMo poem & prompt #22

Beg; borrow; steal. Write a poem starting with a line written by another poet. (Call your poem “Starting With a Line by [So-And-So]” or put “after [So-And-So]” under your title, or otherwise acknowledge your debt to the poet.) See: “Sonnet After a Line by Sue Standing” by Martha Collins; “Poem Starting with a Line by Jason Bredle” by J. P. Dancing Bear; “Till I Have Conquered in Myself What Causes War” by Cynthia Hogue; “Mourning in the Burned House” by RJ Ingram; “After a line by F. Scott Fitzgerald” by William Logan.

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  1. Easter 2011 | Sherry Chandler on Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 10:33 am

    […] poem today is from a prompt by Joanne Merriam: Write a poem starting with a line written by another poet.. My line is from Helen Losse’s poem “The Danger of Pretense,” from her brand-new […]