Writing 201: Animal

Writing 201: Poetry – today the prompt instruction was: animal, concrete, enjambment.

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Middle grand-daughter, Ruby, with Finlay, the dog. Ruby is blonde, her sisters are red-gold, a match for Finlay.

Middle grand-daughter, Ruby, with Finlay, the dog. Ruby is blonde, her sisters are red-gold, a match for Finlay.

Concrete can mean ‘make a shape’ with those lines. Enjambment means that a sentence or phrase can go over a line break, stop in the middle of the next, etc. Well, if making a shape, the enjambment seemed to follow. Question is: Is it a poem?

Fun to do. I did the shape by writing in a word doc over a nearly transparent picture. Then I took a screenshot. If, or when, I work out how to do this by some other clever html way, maybe I will update. Maybe not. Seems a lot of effort for not much result.

Change attitude. It is also for fun.

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4 thoughts on “Writing 201: Animal

  1. You have done this so well. I just did it on a notepad and the added spaces to make a shape. Too much tedium. People are using picmonkey online tool. I haven’t tried it but it should work. 🙂

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