Prompt #215: Talk Back to a Poem

Greetings poets! This week, I challenge you to talk back to a poem.

Red Wolf Journal, Issue 2

For this prompt, I’d like you to choose a poem out of this quarter’s issue of Red Wolf Journal — any poem you like — and write your own poem as an answer to the original. You can answer the speaker by sharing your thoughts, imagine yourself in the poem and tell your version of the same story, compare notes…anything you like. It’s your poem.

So, go off a-poeming! I’m excited to see what you come up with.



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