Write a poem about a song without using any of the song lyrics. DON’T SING.
Category: tips from the bar
Take two completed poems of your own and combine them into one. (The more incongruous, the better.)
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.)
Use the following as title, subject, line, or inspiration for your poem: docile opossum apocalypse.
You have a received a gift from someone who:
- Doesn’t like you
- Is a terrible gift-giver.
What’s in the box?
Your poem should start with the first line: “I’m not a serial killer, but…”.
Write a letter from a character in literature to a character in a movie.
Write a eulogy for an inanimate object.
Write about something you once hated but now love.
Write a stylized review of a restaurant or business: something that gives the impression of being written by the owner, or perhaps a friend of the owner, after taking one too many creative writing courses.