YE BE DRAGGIN’ OUT OF BED SLOWLY? EH?
The amazing Brian Andreas
Beware, poet warriors! Here there be dragons!
De Jackson here, aka WhimsyGizmo, and it’s time again for my all-time favorite poetry prompt, the Quadrille. Got your pen-swords ready? It’s time to write those pocket-sized poems of just 44 words, not counting the title, and including one word we provide. And today, I’d like you to wrangle a dragon into your piece.
Head straight for the castle with this one, or meander around the garden (see those snapdragons?) Take a luscious, tropical bite of dragon fruit. Set the sky ablaze with your word-scales, or tame your dragon softly. Slay your dragon, or befriend her. Give your poem some magic and mystery, or maybe just a sleepy cave full of fun words.
Want to make it a verb? Think:
oh, how the day does drag
Or maybe you’re draggin’ your feet about it. That’s…
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