Don’t Panic Poetry: Air

Don’t Panic Poetry: Air
January 8, 2018 No Comments » Don't Panic Poetry Prompt Stacy Overby

 

Welcome to the Don’t Panic Poetry prompt. We give you four different parts to the prompt. Choose one or choose them all, it’s up to you to decide. Here’s what you’ve got to work with this week:

  1. The element of air
  2. Describe how air looks, how you see it.
  3. This picture:  
  4. And for the classical form: The Rubaiyat. Here’s a link for more information on this form.

Now, don’t panic, go write, and remember the open call currently up here at OWS for poetry with an elemental theme!

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Stacy Overby Stacy Overby works as a substance abuse counselor for teenage boys by day and a writer by night. Her day job provides inspiration for many of her stories including her short stories "The Trial of Summer," "Karma Incarnate," and "Only Emma" released in 2016. She also has several pieces featured in OWS Inked, an up and coming literary journal. Her favorite writing genres range from high fantasy to dark urban fantasy, and an occasional speculative fiction or science fiction piece thrown in. When not at work or writing, she is playing with her son, hiking, camping, or involved in other outdoor activities – as long as it is not too cold.

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