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Thursday, March 19, 2015

POETRY CHALLENGE SIXTEEN

WRITE A "BLUES" POEM USING THE FOLLOWING GROUP OF WORDS: HOUSE, EMPTY, BEGIN, DUSK.  

REMEMBER THAT THE BLUES FOLLOWS  A STRICT  3- LINE FORM. THE FIRST 2 LINES ARE IDENTICAL (ROUGHLY) AND THE THIRD LINE RHYMES WITH THE FIRST TWO.

e.g.  In the evening when the sun goes down
        In the evening when the sun goes down
        Don't you get lonesome when your baby not         around

FEEL FREE TO VARY THE BLUES FORM AS YOU SEE FIT BUT TRY TO RETAIN THE PATTERN.

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