Once more into the breach!
Actually, today we're going to try flipping things on their ear a bit. Instead of just writing a short, we're going to write a poem.
What? A poem? And me without my turtleneck, beret, and over-sized mug of overpriced cappuccino.
Here's something I was told once, possibly in a fever dream: All writing is poetry. Everything you write, whether it's a letter to the bank asking them to please stop "accidentally" giving away all your private information, or an 1100-page tome describing an elder-god's assault on a small Maine town (often in the form of a creep clown), everything is poetry.
Your words need to flow, need to grab the reader, and need to keep their attention. Best part? You don't need to worry about rhyming!
But this time, just for fun, we're gonna rhyme like no one's watching. Which, on this blog, is a pretty good inevitability.
TO THE RANDOM WORD GENERATOR!
Weekly Writing Prompt
Grit Serum Silver Monochrome Extract Kind Frame Tight Evidence Eat
That's pretty slick. I'm liking this word generator. Okay, let's start by pairing this off a bit.
Extract and Serum fit together, but so do Extract, Tight, and Frame.
Grit and Silver could work. Silver and Monochrome work.
You know, I'm calling it Kismet right now. We're doing an IT poem. Well, not IT, but a similar monster.
ALL THAT GLITTERS