Tag Archives: poems

Prompt April 19 2020

 

A good poem is more than just words. It also sounds pleasant to an ear. But today’s prompt isn’t about the meter or other sound devices in poetry. It’s about the sounds that you have internalized. Certain sounds such as ice-cream truck jungle might transport you back to those warm summer days of your childhood, or a sound of sleigh bells will bring back happy memories of Christmas. Hearing an ambulance siren of a firetruck alarm may bring awful memories if you ever had to encounter these sounds during personal tragedies. Sometimes even the seemingly happy sounds may trigger unhappy memories if those sounds are associated with the sad times in your own life. Think about a sound that either makes you happy or sad or triggers some bittersweet feelings within you. Write a poem about that sound.

As usual, you can post your poem here if you like. You will need a password. Write to theliterarynest@gmail.com if you need the password.

Contributors Vol 2 Issue 1

Allison Grayhurst Andrew Weatherly Audrey Friedman
Bekah Steimel Carl Boon Casey J. Robb
Carol Dorf Edilson Afonso Ferreira Geosi Gyasi
Jacques Carrie Judith Arcana Julia Hones
Karen Neuberg Lawrence F. Farrar M.J.Iuppa
P.J. Wren Reshma Austin Rick Edelstein
Vanessa Ogle Fabrice Poussin Gina Lafont