After posting last week’s Poetry Friday entry I was out and about when I saw a bunch of cards blowing around in the street. Some poor kid from the nearby high school lost a couple dozen of their study notes for class, notes penned in green marker, crammed into 3 by 5 card that had been cut in half.
I like how in their fragmented way they read like poetry. Almost, not quite. I was going to post two of them as-written for Poetry Friday and then realized that all it would take to make them interesting was to change a couple words. And then once I did that I thought it would make for a nice little open exercise for all you wonderfully creative folks out there.
Here they are. They can be combined, reversed, whatever makes sense. Feel free to complete them as you see fit in the comments.
______ is neither
a given _______
exactly the same
_______ of _______
And check out what everyone else is up to on Poetry Friday, the round-up is over at A Wrung Sponge.