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23/30: Samuel Ace

Today's gem is "We were climbing up" by Samuel Ace: https://www.tsqnow.online/post/we-were-climbing-up


Nature feels like such an apt way to write about inevitabilities. And threat that is beautiful. And so many things – hell there's a reason we have an entire pastoral subgenre of poems right?


Today spend some time in nature. Write a hike, a swim, a mountain just out of eyesight from your window. Bonus points if you can include an inevitability in the poem.

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