Poem-a-Day: 365 Poetry Writing Prompts for a Year of Poeming
Do you want to write more poetry but find yourself struggling to get started? Maybe you’ve hit a rut and are tired of writing about the same old thing every time. Maybe you’ve been afraid to try your hand at poetry at all because the forms are too challenging or the topics are too serious.
With Poem-a-Day: 365 Poetry Writing Prompts for a Year of Poeming from Writer’s Digest Senior Editor and Poetic Asides columnist Robert Lee Brewer, you’ll have a springboard of creativity for an entire year. And, you’ll find prompts for every type of poetic personality from serious to silly, inspiring to cathartic.
Prompt topics include:
- Exploring Emotions
- Remembering Events and Moments
- Considering Colors
- Responding to Phrases
- Much more!
Don’t let fear or lack of inspiration keep you from the joy of creative poeming—all year long!
About the Author
Robert Lee Brewer is the author of Solving the World’s Problems (Press 53) and Smash Poetry Journal (Writer’s Digest Books). An editor with the Writer’s Digest writing community for more than two decades, Brewer writes the Poetic Asides and Publishing Insights columns for the magazine, manages content on WritersDigest.com, and participates in a variety of other fun writing-related activities.
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