This week's challenge was to write a mask poem, or one written from the perspective of someone or something else. Here's what we have.
The talented Elaine over at Wild Rose Reader consolidated all her mask poems in one post. They're amazing!It's not too late if you still want to play. Write your poem and then leave me a note so I can add it to the list.
Tiel Aisha Ansari at Knocking From Inside was thinking like a pigeon when she wrote Avian Graffiti.
Noah the Great shares a poem entitled Hey Baby.
sister AE at Having Writ wrote a poem from the perspective of a neglected chair, called No Longer in the Catbird Seat.
Marianne Nielsen at Doing the Write Thing! has written a poem from the perspective of a lion cub called Another Home.
Mad Kane shares a poem entitled If I Were a Judge.
paisley from why paisley? gives us an excerpt from a novelette that is written in rhyming prose. It is called silence.