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Waves of Confusion

For April 28, write a concrete poem. A concrete poem is one in which the lines are shaped in a way that mimics a topic of the poem.

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2 responses to “Waves of Confusion”

  1. Oh, I love this one, Carol. This so describes many a day for me! But I have the glasses thing down. I get a three pack at Costco, and just leave a pair in each room – two for the kitchen! The ending was perfect. My daughter told me that CHAOS stands for “can’t have anyone over, syndrome”. Both my daughter and I have this condition. Maybe a sandwich would help. 🙂

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  2. I’ve read that the moment of danger is when you cross from one room to another. When I consciously remind myself of what I’m seeking as I cross a threshold, I do better. But I have to remember!

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