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7/30: Chase Berggrun

Closing out week one we have "Palmistry" by Chase Berggrun.

I love a good poem about hands; they are such a beautiful and particular engine of emotion. SO today write a poem that enters through the hands. To further the homage to this poem, use the second person to assume the observational pose as you write into and through the hands.

How's it going? As long as you are writing, or thinking about writing (a kind of writing too, right?) you are doing great!

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Quinn R. Fairchild
Quinn R. Fairchild
08 de abr. de 2023

Just have to say, I’ve loved all the poems y’all have chosen for prompts so far! Gorgeous works, all of them.

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