When I was at University many years ago, doing my B.A., the Arts Faculty ran a great initiative for a semester in which the women's toilets on the first floor were open for graffiti. Women could write whatever they liked, uncensored -- and of course there were a few verses in the vein of"here I sit, broken hearted", but the vast majority of conversation was uplifting, supportive and empowering.
I didn't understand how important it was then. I hadn't yet really been test
Topic 18: A time -honored tradition amongst poets is the response poem wherein a poet responds to a favourite poem or one that inspires her. Write response poem to a poem that you like or one that inspires you.
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Line requirements: 8 lines or more Get involved for free at www.pigpenpoetry.com The Last Time They pulled the ivy from the walls, my love,
and yesterday dropped from the cracks,
unboarding the windows, forming the key
again in my hand. Your eyes,