Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Writing Exercise #66

Haven't done a ghost line exercise in a while. If you don't know or remember the rules, it goes like this. You/I pull a hot line from a poem or story of someone else's, then make that the "invisible" first line of your poem/story. You essentially build off the line, and your second line is the "visible" first line of your piece.

Today, I'm feeling: "Each front porch holds a chair where no one sits," from the poem Our Lady of Perpetual Help, by April Lindner.