We’ve spent two days on a story, and now we’re going to continue to play with point of view.
Write a poem exploring that same story from the point of view of an object (the broom, the chair that breaks, the kettle).
I’m psyched about this one! I love embodying–or en-voicing–the inanimate object.
From “The Six Swans,” I have the ball of yarn, the needle the sister uses to sew her shirts of aster flowers, the logs waiting to be lit or the timber she’s tied to–maybe more.
*** Poem fom day 4 (up about a day–and then “poof”, it will be gone) ***
(Still playing with the story of the six swans, this poem was in the voice of the needle the sister used to sew the shirts.)