On day 7 we, as our persona, wrote a letter to a friend.
For today’s poem, the person writes a letter to an antagonist or rival.
A side question:
Do you say persona or person? I realize I keep switching back and forth. It’s a persona poem–but in some cases, the persona was a person. Or am I overthinking this?
A minor confession:
I confess that when I first thought of this prompt, my persona’s rival was Ann Rutledge, even though Ann was already dead. Why? Based on the poem by Edgar Lee Masters in Spoon River Anthology.