Write a poem every day of April with the 2020 April Poem-A-Day Challenge. For today’s prompt, write a control poem.
For today’s prompt, write a control poem. That is, write about having control, losing control, or sharing control with others. Of course, I expect at least one person to mention the control key on keyboards. And well, y’all always surprise me, because I can’t control which direction everyone is going to go with this prompt.
Remember: These prompts are just springboards; you have the freedom to jump in any direction you want. In other words, it’s more important to write a new poem than to stick to the prompt.
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Here’s my attempt at a Control Poem:
Can anyone really keep
out of their own way?
Not as far as I can
tell. We all push and
reap what we sow
or, at least, what we
leave behind in our wake.
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