This week’s prompt is an adaptation of a great ice-breaker activity in which many of you may have participated at some point in your lives; but instead of getting to know your peers, you get to write a poem.
Write three statements, two of which are true and one which COULD be true, but is not. Use the premise of these statements as a basis for a poem in which the reader cannot easily discern if the speaker is reliable. This may feel like a perfect prompt for a narrative poem, but experiment and see what develops.
Most of all, have fun!