January 12, 2012
Consider a historical figure whose goals may have been admirable, but whose means to achieve them were not. Write a poem to correct that person’s methodology. (Extra tip: if you are thinking about trying this with a particular WW leader… Don’t.)
January 5, 2012
Write about what the next doom-sayers will have to say once we survive the predicted 2012 apocalypse.
December 29, 2011
Write a poem about a song without using any of the song lyrics. DON’T SING.
December 23, 2011
Take two completed poems of your own and combine them into one. (The more incongruous, the better.)
December 15, 2011
Explain how to get a couch too large for the stairwell into a third-floor apartment.
(Actually, Adam doesn’t even care if this is a poem or not: solve this problem in time to save his couch and you can expect extra-special treatment at the bar.)
December 8, 2011
Use the following as title, subject, line, or inspiration for your poem: docile opossum apocalypse.
December 1, 2011
You have a received a gift from someone who:
What’s in the box?
November 24, 2011
Your poem should start with the first line: “I’m not a serial killer, but…”.
November 3, 2011
Write a letter from a character in literature to a character in a movie.
October 27, 2011
Write a eulogy for an inanimate object.
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